Learn more about the Work Safe Alberta Video Contest and how to participate. Watch the winning entries from youth video contests from other provinces and see what real youth are saying about workplace safety. View posters from our young worker campaigns and listen to radio spots to understand what you can do to prevent a workplace injury.
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- Bloodylucky.ca website
- Student Video Competitions
- Public Service Announcements
- Chemical Rap
- True Stories
- Youth Talking to Youth
Student Video Competitions
The winners for the 2013 Work Safe Alberta Student Video Contest have been chosen! Congratulations to the winners and to all who entered. Application forms and information for the 2014 Contest will be posted in September!
- 2014 Student Video Contest
Here is your opportunity to display your creativity and ideas on the importance of Occupational Health and Safety or Employment Standards. Create a video with “It’s Your Job…” as part of the working title and be no more than TWO minutes for a chance to win $$$$$ for your team and matching amounts for your school! First place $1000; second place $750; third place $500. Submissions will not be accepted via email. Written submissions along with the video must be received by 4:00 p.m. on February 14, 2014.
- 2013 Work Safe Alberta Student Video Contest Winners
- 2012 Work Safe Alberta Student Video Contest Winners
- First Place: “Don’t Let This Be You”; Students – Peter Johnson, John Johnson and Joshua Luyimbaza
- Second Place: “Safety in Schools”; Students – Tej Goraya, Claire Paterson, Asier Azucena, Kapil Kirkire, Brandon Raymond, Harit Shah, Darren Slack and Muhammad Sulemans
- Third Place: “Work Place Hazards”; Students – Bosco Suen, Justin Ramsaran, Sheroze Bhatti, Karl Kapelsky, Harsh Jindal, Ajay Singhin and Richard Wingo
- 2011 Work Safe Alberta Student Video Contest Winners
- 2010 Work Safe Alberta Student Video Contest Winners
- 2009 Work Safe Alberta Student Video Contest Winners
- Ontario Workplace Safety Student Video Contest (Source: Workplace Safety & Insurance Board Ontario)
- British Columbia Workplace Safety – Student Video Contest (Source: WorkSafe BC)
- Employer (MPG, Source: Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission of New Brunswick)
- Supervisor (Source: WorkSafe BC)
- Waiward Steel Fabricators (Real Media, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- Mother (MPG, Source: Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission of New Brunswick)
- Something’s Gotta Be Done (MPG, Source: Alberta Injury Prevention Centre)
- Empty Town (MPG, Source: Alberta Injury Prevention Centre)
- Chemical Safety in a Vulnerable World (Source: World Health Organization)
- Dying to Work (RM, 19 Minutes, Source: CTV W-Five)
- The Tim Hamilton Story (RM, 1 Minute, Source: Work Safe Aberta)
- What can I do to make a difference? (WMV, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- What should I do if I see something unsafe? (WMV, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- What should I do when I start a new job? (WMV, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- Where can I go for help? (WMV, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- Will I get in trouble if I ask questions? (WMV, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- What are you working for? (PDF, Source: Work Safe Alberta)
- Click the poster for a printable PDF version.
- Copies of the posters are available by calling the Occupational Health and Safety Contact Centre at 1‑866‑415‑8690 or by email
Occupational Health and Safety Quick Links
Contact Occupational Health and Safety
Call or email the OHS Contact Centre for general information, to order publications, file a complaint or report an incident.
- 1‑866‑415‑8690 (toll free)
- 780‑415‑8690 in Edmonton
Occupational Health and Safety Council
The OHS Council is an administrative body, which operates arms length from government. The Council advises the Minister on OHS matters and serves as an appeal body for orders issued by Occupational Health and Safety.