Video contest for high school students encourages young worker safety
Thursday, October 12, 2017
A video contest challenges high school students to increase awareness about job safety for young workers.
The annual contest organized by the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition asks students to create a video of under 90 seconds that encourages young workers to do at least one thing differently for safety. The video must emphasize the importance of speaking up and use the contest’s theme of “Speak Up. Work Safe.” Students can win up to $500 for themselves and their schools. The submission deadline is Feb. 1, 2018.
The coalition has compiled detailed rules as well as past finalist videos.