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Hazardous work protections for youth

The Ministry of Labour is asking for public feedback on regulations that are being developed to define what types of jobs are too hazardous for youth under age 16, or possibly up to 18 for certain jobs. We want to understand the concerns and expectations that young people, parents/guardians, workers and employers have around employment of young workers in hazardous industries.

As we look to develop these new regulations, we seek your input on whether young workers under 16, or possibly up to 18 for certain jobs, should be restricted from certain types of hazardous work.

Feeback will be accepted until June 10, 2022. This survey will take around 15 minutes to complete. Please skip questions you do not feel you are able to respond to but it is important to answers those at the end of the survey. 

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Collection Notice: Your personal information will be collected for the purposes of informing the Hazardous Work Protections for Youth engagement. If you have any questions about the collection of this personal information, please contact: Director, Citizen Engagement, This information is being collected by the Ministry of Citizens' Services on behalf of the Ministry of Labour under the authority of section 26(c) and 26(e) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (“FOIPPA”).

Please do not include any personally identifiable information about yourself or others in your response.

We welcome feedback on this important topic from those under the age of 19, provided their parent or guardian agrees and provides consent.