Four high school students are premiering their winning films today at the May Theatre in Lloydminster. WorkSafe Saskatchewan will be on hand to present the school and students with cash prizes. The students are the second and third place winners of the WorkSafe Saskatchewan Youth Video Contest.

The second place winners are Tori Baynton and Sarah Thorpe with their video of Preoccupied. Taylor Musgrave and Taylor Higdon won third place with their video of If It Feels Wrong, Just Ask (teacher Alan Griffith for both).

WorkSafe Saskatchewan looks for the best creativity, originality, production value and how the students present the safety message. The safety message this year is If it feels wrong, just ask. WorkSafe Saskatchewan wants high school students to be aware of health and safety in the workplace.

Quick facts:

  • This is year six of the WorkSafe Saskatchewan Youth Video Contest.
  • For WorkSafe Saskatchewan winning videos, both the teams and schools win a cash prize:
    • First Place – Team: $1000; School: $1500
    • Second Place – Team: $700; School: $1000
    • Third Place – Team: $300; School: $500
  • You can view past WorkSafe Saskatchewan Youth Video Contest winners and honourable mentions on
  • Watch the WorkSafe website in September for the 2016 Video Contest details!

For more information, please contact:
Heather Getz
Manager, Social Marketing
Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board
Phone: (306) 787-4651
Cell: (306) 533-9746

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