Washington State Safety Project

Welcome to the Washington State Safety Project. It was created by teachers at Lake Stevens High School through grants from OSPI. All safety curriculum and tests are available on this website for use in Family & Consumer Sciences classes. If you would like student-directed “flipped” learning for this curriculum, please contact Dawn Boyden.

Click on following link to learn more about this curriculum:

Safety Project Prezi

Washington State Safety Project Topics Include:

Blood-Borne Pathogens

Career, Community & Family ConnectionsEmergency Procedures, Field Site Safety, Tutoring Tips


Food Production & Services

Food Science, Dietetics & NutritionDishwashing, Fire Extinguisher, Food Mixer, Handwashing, Knives, Microwaves, Personal Hygiene, Preventing Food-Borne Illness

Interpersonal Relationships

Lifting Safety

Job Shadowing Resources

Teen Worker Safety

Textiles & Apparel Irons, Rotary Cutters, Sewing Machines, Sewing Shear & Pins

If you have questions about any of the lesson plans or safety quizzes, please contact Dawn Boyden:  Dawn_Boyden@lkstevens.wednet.edu

CareerSafe – Now Available: The goal of the CareerSafe Professional Development Program (CPDP) is to enhance all educators’ knowledge of workplace and classroom safety. It achieves this not only by providing youth-focused, interactive training to students, but also by providing teachers with the resources and tools they need to facilitate effective integration of the training resources into the secondary and post secondary curricula. Completing the CPDP will also provide teachers with twenty-five hours of individual school sponsored professional development credits which can be applied to their annual State requirements.

ProSafety Restaurant Worker Curriculum

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