High School Video Contest

Students showcase their creativity through videos demonstrating safe work practices.

2016 High School Video Contest

Get creative and develop a video in any style that highlights workplace health and safety. Videos should be no more than two minutes long, and can be created individually or in a team. Videos can include live action, animation, claymation, rap, stop motion, poetry, black and white film, or any other style that inspires you.

Cash Prizes! Matching grants will be made to the winning students’ schools:

  • 1st place: $2000
  • 2nd place: $1500
  • 3rd place: $1000

Submission deadline: 4:00 p.m. on March 11, 2016

Submissions must include the video and the application form. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Previous winners

First place: “Safety Never Gets Old”
Second place: “12 Reasons”
Third place: “The Story of Connal”

First place: “It’s your job – Know your employment rights”
Second place: “It’s your job – It’s your responsibility”
Third place: “It’s your job to protect yourself”
Honourable Mention: “Life is a drawing”

First Place: “It’s your job to ensure your safety”
Second Place: “It’s your job to know your job”
Third Place: “It’s your job to take proper safety precautions”

First Place: “Don’t Let This Be You”
Second Place: “Safety in Schools”
Third Place: “Work Place Hazards”

First Place: “Expect the Unexpected”
Second Place: “Neglected: It’s the Small Things that Count”
Third Place: “Stop Think Observe Plan”

First Place: “Shattered”
Second Place: “Think”
Third Place: “Tragedy Consequence Prevention”

First Place: “Mistakes and Regrets”
Second Place: “Promote Work Safety”
Third Place: “Work Smart Be Safe”

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Modified: 2015-09-11
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