We welcome all media on safety and health at work produced from January 2016. It can be a professional or amateur production, from national and international organizations, from enterprises and institutions, as well as from agencies and film makers, students,individual persons, etc.
We want to reach different target groups from international organizations, governments to students and young professionals.
In order to participate in the Media Festival you might take into account that the international jury will evaluate the following:
• if your contribution fit the topic of safety and health
• the effectiveness of the message
• if the contribution reaches the target groups
• how the subject has been treated
• the overall impression of the production.
There is no limit to the number of entries you may submit or the length of your productions.
We accept films, documentary, animation, music videos, vlogs, short films, TV spots, websites, apps, web-based training, e-learning, and social media.
Films must be uploaded in one of the following formats: “.wmv”, “.mpg2” or “.mpg4”.
For websites and social media you will be asked to provide a link.
For apps, web-based training and e-learning tools it is important that the jury has access to them and can evaluate them easily.
The official languages of the World Congress are English, French, Spanish and German. Please use one of the official languages in completing your form.
However media will be accepted in any other language.
Your submission can be nominated for a prize. An International Jury will come together in Toronto to determine the winners of the Media Festival from the nominated products. The prizes will be awarded in the presence of a large audience in the Special Media Session at the XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work.
The closing date for entry is 29 February 2020.