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  1. What Do I Need to Know About Workplace Hazards? – Are you a teen worker? This guide helps you stay safe and healthy at work.
  2. What to do in a Fire - This is a helpful article from
  3. Knowing My Rules for Safety – These four simple rules can help you stay safe.
  4. Should You Worry About School Violence? - This is a helpful article from
  5. Someone at School Has a Weapon. What Should I Do? - This is a helpful article from
  6. Safe Surfing Tips for Teens - This is a helpful article from
  7. Self-Defense Basics - This is a helpful article from
  8. Date Rape: What You Should Know - This is a helpful article from
  9. Keys to Defensive Driving - This is a helpful article from
  10. American flag. BAM! Body and Mind: Your Safety – No one likes getting hurt or becoming sick, especially when you’re having fun. Learn how to stay safe at home, school, and in the summertime.
  11. American flag. – is the official kids' portal for the U.S. government. It links to over 1,200 web pages from government agencies, schools, and educational organizations, all geared to the learning level and interest of kids.
  12. American flag. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Safety City – Heading out on the road? If so, check out this web site and all its fun tools before you do. It's better to be safe on the road than sorry.
  13. American flag. Teen Summer Jobs: $afety Pays – Summer is the time millions of teens work. Use this site to get the 411 on job safety.
  14. American flag. The Cool Spot – Not sure what to say when your friends offer you alcohol? This website tells you why peer pressure is so hard to resist and how you can be prepared for it.
  15. Don't Believe the Type – Not everyone you meet online has good intentions. Check out this site to get suggestions on how to protect yourself while you chat with peopl and surf the net.
  16. Netsmartz Workshop – Become educated, engaged, and empowered to be safe while using the internet on this fun and interactive web site.
  17. Safe, Smart Women is all about being safe behind the wheel. There are many things that can make driving tough, so check out this site to get the scoop on bad weather, what you should know about tires, and how to avoid distractions at the wheel.
  18. Student Safety Center (Copyright © Keep Schools Safe) – As a student today you face something your parents didn’t have to worry about when they were your age: school violence. The Student Safety Center provides you with tips, resources, and discussion forums to learn more about staying safe at school.
  19. Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) – SAVE's web site offers great information on what students can do to make schools and communities safer. Check out the site and find out how you can get involved!
  20. Teens and Dating Violence – Do you know the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships? Read this article so you can learn how to protect yourself and your friends from dating violence.
  21. ThinkFirst! For Teens – On this site you can learn how to prevent life-threatening accidents by making safe choices.
  22. Teens: Protect Your Identity from Thieves – Identity theft is a major issue on the Net. This page will tell you what information is safe to post on the Internet, and what you should keep to yourself. Remember, teens are targets too!
  23. Texting on the Move – We may all be permanently attached to our cell phones these days, but texting while driving is never safe. This site shows you why multitasking on the road is so dangerous.


  1. Kid'sHealth
  2. National Youth Violence Prevention Center
  3. National Crime Prevention Council
  4. RAINN: Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network
  5. Safe Kids Worldwide
  6. Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
  7. The Center for Young Women's Health


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Content last reviewed September 22, 2009
Page last updated December 26, 2014