North Bend a finalist in high school safety video contest
/ March 16, 2017 0 COMMENTS

by KCBY | Wednesday, March 15th 2017 SALEM, Ore. — High school students across the state created videos that are full of drama, music, humor, and engaging characters to bolster awareness about workplace safety — all with the central message, “Speak up. Work safe.” The seven finalists include a submission from North Bend High…

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Finalists named in 2017 Speak up. Work safe. video contest
/ March 6, 2017 0 COMMENTS

Seven videos created by high school students from across the state were picked as finalists in the 2017 video contest.

/ September 17, 2016 0 COMMENTS

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Parkrose students win safety video contest
/ April 29, 2016 0 COMMENTS

Teams of students win top prizes Salem – Students at Parkrose High School in Portland won $500 first- and $400 second-place prizes for videos they entered into a contest designed to increase awareness about workplace safety for young workers. The school also won matching amounts of prize money.

Oregon high school students honored for videos promoting workplace safety
/ May 6, 2015 0 COMMENTS

By George Rede | The Oregonian/OregonLive The Oregonian on May 05, 2015 at 12:36 PM, updated May 05, 2015 at 1:30 PM A teenager’s struggle finding and keeping his first job. A retiree’s memories of a logging accident that maimed his right hand. An underage worker’s dilemma when asked to illegally operate a meat-slicer. These…

South Salem High School student wins safety video contest
/ May 2, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Salem – John Patterson, a student from South Salem High School, won $500 for his first-place video titled “Lorenzo’s Blog,” which promotes young worker safety and the importance of speaking up. The video, told from a first-person diary perspective, depicts Lorenzo’s struggle with finding a job and ultimately being asked to do unsafe duties. South…

Student Day at the 2015 GOSH Conference
/ March 24, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Close to 100 students and their teachers from six Oregon high schools took part in the GOSH Student Day on March 10. Eric Giguere, who survived a 2002 trench collapse in New York, spoke to students about his near-death experience and the impact it had on his family, co-workers, and friends. Students who attended also…

“Speak up. Work safe.” video contest finalists announced
/ March 19, 2015 0 COMMENTS

Eleven videos created by high school students from across the state were picked as finalists in the 2015 video contest.

Oregon OSHA launches video series to educate young workers
/ March 6, 2013 0 COMMENTS

From singing restaurant workers to a quirky teacher passionate about lifting techniques, Oregon OSHA has created four videos to educate young workers about common workplace hazards.

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Safety Speaks Curriculum
/ March 31, 2012 0 COMMENTS

We’ve developed a Young Worker Safety curriculum PowerPoint presentation for instructors to use during Safety Speaks presentations to young workers and students. The presentation contains YouTube links to selected O[yes] winning videos used to emphasize key points and enhance discussion. The presentation also includes notes to assist the presenter. This presentation is available for anyone to use…