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High School Students from Across the State "Speak Out for Workplace Safety"

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

OKLAHOMA CITY- Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborn, Federal OSHA and the Oklahoma Safety Council will present awards to the winning workplace safety videos produced by high school students from multiple Oklahoma schools.  The week of April 18-22, 2022, has been proclaimed “Speak Out for Workplace Safety Week” by Governor Kevin Stitt. 


WHEN:          Thursday, April 21, 2022; 1:30 P.M.


WHERE:       Oklahoma State Capitol, Room 535


WHO:             Oklahoma Labor Commissioner, Leslie Osborn

                        Oklahoma Safety Council and Federal OSHA


WHAT:          Speak Out for Workplace Safety is a program where teachers educate their students about teen job rights and responsibilities. These lessons can then inspire the students to enter a public service announcement video contest about workplace safety.

Last Modified on Apr 20, 2022
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