Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Employment and Unemployment
Workplace Safety for Teens
Time: 20 mins,
Updated: September 14 2021,
Author: Council for Economic Education
Students will be able to:
- Identify workplace safety issues affecting teens.
In this economics activity, students will examine workforce safety issues for teens.
This individual activity requires students to view a video on workforce safety for teens and answer a set of questions. Thousands of teens are injured each year while on the job, with some resulting in serious injuries or death. To complete this activity, students should follow the instructions below:
- Go to the video on Workplace Safety Video
- Watch the video and complete the questions in the Quizizz activity, worksheet, or ReadyAssessments Activity
- Then, review the answer key.
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