SALEM — High school students across the state are encouraged to utilize their video or graphic design skills to help increase awareness about workplace safety for young workers.

The Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition organized the 2023 media contest, which is open for submissions. The contest calls on participants to capture the attention of high school teens and persuade them to take the "O[yes] online Safety Awareness Training" to boost their knowledge of how to stay safe and healthy while on the job.

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Tammy Malgesini has worked as a community reporter/columnist for EO Media Group since 2006. She earned a psychology/sociology degree from George Fox College. In her spare time, Tammy enjoys spending time with her husband and two German shepherds.

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