Youth Safety Action Day 2021

This year we are not only celebrating our 25th year as a safety association, but it is also our tenth Youth Safety Education Day! Young people are a significant part of our workforce and are the most at risk for injury on the job. Do you know ten people under the age of 25? One of them will be injured on the job this year. Unfortunately, a young person's first work experiences are not as rewarding as they should be.


What is Youth Safety Education Day?

Youth Safety Education Day began on September 10, 2012. It was designed to bring safety education and awareness to our province's youth (ages 15-24) about the importance of workplace health and safety and is proclaimed by the Government of Saskatchewan every year for the last ten years. Youth are heading back to the workplace – whether after the summer break, the pandemic shutdown, or starting their first jobs. That is why there is no better time than in September to focus on workplace health and safety. Gaining this information before they step foot into the workforce or while employed in their first jobs is a critical step in workplace injury prevention.


Simple steps to take:


  1. Fill out the attached partnership form and send it to or fill out our Survey Monkey Partnership Form here - If you are a school, please respond by May 31 to ensure you don't miss out on our FREE YSED swag bag delivery.


  1. Service Hospitality will mail/drop off a FREE swag bag(s) filled with promo to give away as prizes for youth in your workplace or school.  We will send you information on how to access a wealth of FREE mental health, workplace safety activities & COVID resources to you at a later date.


  1. Incorporate at least one mental health, workplace safety or COVID19 activity into class lessons/in the workplace during Youth Safety Education Day Week (September 7 to September 10) for your chance to win our YSED Fitness & Mental Health Prize Package valued at $1,000! 


  1. Open the YSED attachment for more information on our YSED week and our special events. Pick from two available live event streams on September 10 for your chance to win our Grand Prize Educational Tech Prize Package valued at $2,000! Look out for communication surrounding this in the upcoming months.


To learn more about Youth Safety Education Day's history and the benefits of partnering, you can visit our website here:  


Workplace heartbreaks and injuries are preventable with the proper safety training and education. We are reaching out to you to help raise awareness and take a safety leadership role by supporting Youth Safety Education Day 2021. Be part of the cultural safety change today

For more information:


Tim Spelliscy
Provincial Director
SADD Saskatchewan Inc
210 - 1275 Broad Street 
Regina,SK S S4R 1Y2