WorkSafe Saskatchewan launches 2018 Youth Video Contest
Regina, SK – Lights, camera, action!
WorkSafe Saskatchewan’s annual Youth Video Contest for Saskatchewan students in Grade 9 to 12 is now open. Students who create a safety video have a chance to win some big prizes for themselves and for their school.
The purpose of the contest is to encourage students to learn about workplace safety. By inspiring young people to focus on safety, youth become aware of the hazards around them. They also learn that just like other workers, they have rights and responsibilities in the workplace. Knowing these things can help save their lives and the lives of those nearby.
To enter the contest, students must create a video with the theme, ‘Focus on Safety.’ Students and their school will receive a prize if their video is in the top three selected. The top prize is $1,000 for the team and $1,500 for the school. The first-place winner will advance to the national contest.
The second prize is $750 for the team and $1,000 for the school and the third prize is $750 for the school and $500 for the team.
In the 2017 contest, Clavet Composite School’s video won the National Fan Favourite by receiving the most votes on the national stage. A Saskatchewan team has won National Fan Favourite for five consecutive years, earning each team an extra $1,000.
For more information about how to enter, visit www.worksafesask.com/youth/teachers/youth-video.
To view Saskatchewan’s 2017 winning video, visit: