Translation Volunteers Needed, by the Saskatchewan Safety Council

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Translation Volunteers Needed, by the Saskatchewan Safety Council

The Saskatchewan Safety Council is a registered charity, dedicated to the prevention of injury in Saskatchewan. They provide education and training that addresses safety at home, at play, and at work 

In order to ensure their safety messages are understood by Saskatchewan residents who do not understand English, they would like to translate their Safety Videos into different languages.  

They are looking for volunteers to translate short messages into the following languages: 

  • Tagalog
  • German
  • Cree
  • French
  • Ukrainian
  • Dene
  • Urdu
  • Mandarin
  • Punjabi
  • Spanish
  • Arabic
  • Cantonese
  • Russian
  • Vietnamese 


The text would replace the English text that is currently running at the bottom of their videos. 

Some examples of phrases they need translated are:
“Pull to the Right and Stop” which is used in the following safety video https://youtu.be/v9jbdKpHvto  

“These signs save lives" used in the following safety video https://youtu.be/lNgeVmxyiMk  

“Stay Active – Stay Healthy" which is used in this video https://youtu.be/a6BjpUlq19E 

Anyone interested in helping can contact the Community Relations Coordinator, Amanda LePine by calling 306-757-3197 or emailing [email protected] 

 

 

 


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