Addressing Younger Workers’ Needs: The Promoting U through Safety and Health (PUSH) Trial Outcomes

@inproceedings{Rohlman2016AddressingYW,
  title={Addressing Younger Workers’ Needs: The Promoting U through Safety and Health (PUSH) Trial Outcomes},
  author={Diane Rohlman and Megan Parish and Diane Elliot and Ginger Hanson and Nancy Perrin},
  booktitle={Healthcare},
  year={2016}
}
Most younger workers, less than 25 years old, receive no training in worker safety. We report the feasibility and outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of an electronically delivered safety and health curriculum for younger workers entitled, PUSH (Promoting U through Safety and Health). All younger workers (14-24 years old) hired for summer work at a large parks and recreation organization were invited to participate in an evaluation of an online training and randomized into an intervention… CONTINUE READING

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