FRANKFURT, Germany, Oct. 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Films and multimedia
applications are vital instruments of safety and health at work.
Whether for the purpose of increasing risk awareness on the part of
employees or providing information on comprehensive safety topics:
moving images support the transfer of knowledge.
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Media makers have to keep up-to-date since viewing habits and
technological developments are constantly changing. What is happening
today? What are the trends? How do other countries convey prevention
messages? The International Media Festival for Prevention provides
answers to these interesting questions and gives a broader worldview.
The Festival will take place within the framework of the XX World
Congress on Safety and Health, to be held from 24 to 27 August 2014 in
Frankfurt am Main.
The International Media Festival for Prevention is not only a unique
platform for ideas and exchange, but also provides an opportunity to
present your own products to an international public of experts in
safety and health at work. Clients and producers have the opportunity
to obtain international feedback from all around the world.
International Media Award for Prevention
The best media productions will be awarded with the International Media
Award for Prevention. All media products relating to safety and health
at work that have been produced since January 2010 are admitted. Films
or multimedia applications of all types may be submitted, e.g. web
clips, web TV, mobisodes, animation, fiction, documentation, TV spots,
interactive media or websites.
Submission can be made by accident insurers, enterprises, institutions
that commissioned such media as well as agencies and film makers who
produced the media. The Award Ceremony will take place as part of the
XX World Congress on Safety and Health 2014 in Frankfurt am Main.
All entries must be submitted using the entry form available online
The closing date for entry is 31 January 2014. There is no limit to the
number of entries.
The Festival is being jointly organized by the ISSA Sections
"Electricity" and "Information". (http://www.issa.int/About-ISSA/Prevention-Sections).
Distributed on behalf of German Social Accident Insurance Institution
for the energy, textile, electrical and media Products sector.
SOURCE: BG ETEM
For further information:
ISSA Section for Electricity
c/o Berufsgenossenschaft Energie Textil Elektro Medienerzeugnisse