Speaking Out for Young Workers

Speaking Out for Young Workers

Commentary and news on occupational health and safety for young workers.

 

Lights! Camera! Action!

Lights! Camera! Action!

The Center for Young Worker Safety and Health is pleased to announce the 2012 Poster and Video Contests! We are thrilled that FabEnCo is sponsoring cash prizes for the winners of each contest. One team member from the grand prize winning team and a chaperone (e.g. parent/guardian/teacher) also receive a trip to Washington, DC for the North American Occupational Safety and Health Week! For more information about the contest and details on how to enter, please check out the following website:

http://www.youngworker.gatech.edu/lights-camera-action-announcing-2012-poster-and-video-contests

Winners from last year’s contest included:

Eric Beeler (age 16)- from Centennial High School located in Roswell, GA won the Grand Prize for the Public Service Announcement Video Contest His video is titled “You’re not Alone.” His teacher is Dr. Thomas Washburn. The first place video winning team is Akelah Martin and Rashad Rodney, and the second place video winner is Aisha Davis. Tam Huynh (age 17) and Raymond Zettlemoyer III (age 15)- from Charles Drew High School located in Riverdale, GA won the Grand Prize as a team for the Struck- By Poster Contest. Their Architecture and Design Teacher is Mr. Arnold Drake. Their poster is titled “Get the message.” The first place poster winner is Darriel Holloman, and the second place poster winner is Alexandra Hinson with her poster.