BNSF’s Safety Department is once again sponsoring the annual safety drawing contest. Entries will be judged and prizes awarded for the grand prize winner and for each age category. The age categories, determined by the child's age on May 12, 2017, are as follows:
- 3 and younger (no single winner; all entries receive a participation prize)
The theme this year is “What can we do to keep each other safe?”
At BNSF, nothing is more important than our employees and workers returning home safely at the end of the workday – as well as maintaining their safety focus at home and when engaged in hobbies. One way employees are helping to achieve this is through their commitment to Approaching Others About Safety.
Prizes: $100 gift card for grand prize winner; $50 gift card for category winners
- Open to children and grandchildren of BNSF employees and retirees; relatives in the immediate household of employees and retirees are also eligible.
- All entrants must be 18 years of age or younger.
- The artwork must be drawn or painted by hand using crayons or other art tools.
Entrants should draw a picture on the template, available here.
- One entry per child on the template printed out on an 8-1/2 x11-inch sheet of paper. The entry should include the following information clearly printed on the back:
- Child’s name, age and home address.
- BNSF parent’s or grandparent’s name, plus title and BNSF employee number (for retirees, use title at time of retirement and employee number).
- Signature of parent, grandparent or guardian.
- Full work address and 10-digit phone number(s) of BNSF parent/grandparent. Email is optional.
Deadline for entry: May 12, 2017
Please mail entries to:
Attn: Katharina Miller – Safety Department
2500 Lou Menk Drive, AOB-1
Fort Worth, TX 76131
Note: By signing the submitted drawing, the parent, grandparent or guardian agrees that BNSF assumes non-exclusive use of the entry for any use the company deems appropriate.
For the BNSF family member: Help your child or relative understand that safety is very important at BNSF and at home. Nothing is more important than returning home safely at the end of the workday.