OSHA is pleased to announce the winners of our Picture It! Safe Workplaces for Everyone photo contest.
Thank you to all who submitted their images of workplace safety and health. Please visit the DOL Flickr page to see additional contest submissions.
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, OSHA held the Picture It!: Safe Workplaces for Everyone photo contest. The contest challenged anyone with a passion for photography to capture an image of workplace safety and health and share it with OSHA. In response, OSHA received more than 300 submissions portraying a wide range of industries and activities.
At the same time, OSHA held a second contest challenging OSHA staff to submit their images of workplace safety and health. More than 50 submissions were received for this internal contest.
Winners were selected by an expert panel of judges that included Earl Dotter, photojournalist; Carl Fillichio, the Department of Labor’s Senior Advisor for Communications and Public Affairs; Kathleen Klech, photography director for Condé Nast Traveler magazine; and Shawn Moore, the chief photographer for the Department of Labor. OSHA extends its thanks to these judges for their generosity and their critical expertise.
Below you will find the winning photos for each of the contests, as well as several other notable entries.
|Koralie Hill, Oakland, CA||Roy Berke, Sacramento, CA||Paul Navarrette, Riverside, CA|
|Wally Reardon, Pulaski, NY||Jorge Intriago, Columbia, SC|
|Keith Tsubata, Hawaii Occupational Safety and Health||McClelland Davis, Washington DOSH|