Norm the Safety Contest Winners – 2019
Congratulations to the 2019 Norm the Safety Contest winners.
First Place: Safety is Not A Joke video
This year's first place winner is a team of students from Miles Macdonell Collegiate who created a video highlighting the importance of choosing safety in the workplace and incorporating the theme "there's no room for bullying at work" in a creative way – for example, wearing the proper personal protective equipment, and keeping safety a priority despite what your coworkers might be doing.
team of students is from Miles Macdonell Collegiate and consists of: Etienne Loney, Meghan Rempel, Erik Wiebe, Bennett Sidloski
and Jacob Markham. For placing first, the winning
team will receive $2500, and $2500 for their school.
Second Place: Stop Bullying in the Workplace
Our second place winner is Jaren Ducharme for her poster "Stop Bullying in the Workplace", which details what bullying is, and the negative effects it can have on a worker. The poster creatively highlights the ways you can make a difference and stop bullying from happening in the workplace. Jaren wins $1,500 and an additional $1,500 for her school, Collège Sturgeon Heights Collegiate.
Jaren Ducharme poster: Stop Bullying in the Workplace
Third Place: You Can Stop Bullying in the Workplace
Tanner Hamin-Marsh wins third place for his "You Can Stop Bullying in the Workplace" poster highlighting how we can all work to prevent bullying in the workplace. Tanner will receive $1,000 and has won an additional $1,000 for his school, Collège Sturgeon Heights Collegiate.
Tanner Hamin-Marsh poster You Can Stop Bullying at Work.jpg
(L to R) Jaren Ducharme, Graphic Arts teacher Jason Bilous and Tanner Hamin-Marsh accept cheques
for their second and third place wins in the Norm the Safety contest – Make Safety the Norm.