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The 'Speak up. Work safe' video contest is open to Oregon high school students and includes cash prizes

For high school students across Oregon, now is the time to unpack their video equipment and rev up their creativity for a good cause — increasing awareness about workplace safety for young workers.

The annual "Speak up. Work safe." video contest is open for submissions. The top three entries will take home cash prizes ranging from $300 to $500, and students will earn a matching amount for their school.

The Canby Herald.

Students must create a video no longer than 90 seconds to inspire young workers to do at least one thing differently to stay safe on the job. The video must include the theme: "Speak up. Work safe." The video must educate young workers about the importance of speaking up in the workplace. Whether they sing, dance, use humor, or go documentary-style serious, participants are encouraged to tap their imaginations while emphasizing ways to protect themselves — and their co-workers — from getting hurt on the job.

Submissions will be judged on specific criteria, including:

- An original health and safety message that appeals to teen workers and safety educators

- Overall production value (video/audio quality, acting, and editing)

- Whether the "Speak up. Work safe." theme is used effectively

The deadline for submissions is Friday, Feb. 7, 2020. Videos can be submitted online or mailed.

Contest winners will be unveiled at a screening event in spring 2020, and winning entries will be posted on YouTube.

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