Well Site Safety Contest

Well Site Safety Day is April 18, 2023!

Well Site Safety Contest Grades K - 12

Students can help spread the word that ‘Well Sites are not play sites’ by participating in our annual Well Site Safety coloring contest. Winners will be recognized and have the opportunity to meet their local legislators during our Well Site Safety Day being held at the State Capitol on Tuesday, April 18, 2023.

Looking for some inspiration to get started? Check out our safety fact sheet.

 

Well Site Safety Coloring Contest (K-2nd Grades) 

Creativity is encouraged! Students in K-2nd grade are eligible for this contest.  Postmark deadline for entries is March 10, 2023. See page 2 of the entry form for a complete list of contest rules.

Coloring Contest Entry Form

Well Site Safety Poster Contest (3rd-6th Grades)

Students are asked to draw a poster using one of our two safety messages, ‘Well sites are not play sites’ or ‘Leave it to the professionals’ or by creating their own catchy safety slogan. The goal their poster should be to inform others about well site safety and to help encourage people to stay safe, stay smart, and stay away from well sites! Students in 3rd-6th grade are eligible for this contest. Postmark deadline for entries is March 10, 2023. See page 3 of the entry form for a complete list of rules.

Poster Contest Entry Form

Well Site Safety Slogan Contest (7th-12th Grades) 

This year, the OERB is asking students get creative and promote well site safety by creating their own safety slogan. The goal of their entry should be to inform others about well site safety and to help encourage people to stay safe, stay smart, and stay away from well sites! This contest is for grades (7th-12th) and two winners will be selected. Students are welcome to enter as a group (up to 5 students) or as an individual. Postmark deadline for entries is March 10, 2023. See the entry form for a complete list of contest rules.

Safety Slogan Entry Form