Winners of the 2007 National Safety Awards of Excellence

Monday, 15 October, 2007

The National Safety Council of Australia (NSCA) has announced the winners of the 2007 NSCA/SKILLED Group National Safety Awards of Excellence.

Winners of the awards are:

SKILLED Group Award for Excellence in OHS
Winner: Queensland Department of Public Works

John Holland Group OHS Construction Industry Award
Winner: Queensland Department of Public Works

NSCA Member of the Year, prize sponsor Protector Alsafe
Winner: Queensland Department of Public Works
Highly Commended: Catholic Schools Office, Diocese of Broken Bay

Best Implementation of a Specific OHS Management System
Winner: Catholic Schools Office, Diocese of Broken Bay
Highly Commended: Chevron Construction Company t/a Basic Construction

Best Solution of an OHS Specific Workplace Risk
Winner: Operator & Technical Training Services
Judges Award: Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children

Best OHS Training Program
Winner: Alpha Pharm Pty Ltd
Highly Commended: Life Without Barriers

National Safety Magazine Best Communication of a Safety Message
Winner: Tammy Trudy Samuel
Highly Commended: Bluescope Steel - Logistics and Procurement

Telstra Business Excellence through OHS&E Management
Winner: Boral Bricks (NSW) Pty Ltd

"The quality of the nominations overall and finalists this year was outstanding," said Colin Seery, CEO and managing director of the NSCA.

"The awards were a tremendous opportunity to acknowledge these outstanding contributions made by health and safety practitioners in preventing death and serious injury in the workplace."

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