The winners of the 8th annual Safe Work Australia Awards were announced last night by Safe Work Australia Chair Ann Sherry AO.
Industrial hand cleaner wins Top Product award.
The Australian International Design Awards (AIDA) has launched additional categories in Commercial and Industrial and Hardware and Building.
The finalists in the 8th annual Safe Work Australia Awards were announced yesterday by the Chief Executive Officer of Safe Work Australia, Rex Hoy.
Nominations are now open for the inaugural Women in Mining NSW Awards. The awards recognise the contributions and achievements of women in the industry as well as the efforts of individuals and companies to encourage and retain female participation in the sector.
WorkSafe’s Top Tradie Cup is being held from Monday 15 April to inspire tradies to get talking about safety on site while testing their footy knowledge.
Tecpro Australia and the University of Wollongong won the Australian Bulk Handling Review Award for Dust Control, Technology, Application or Practice.
Optalert’s fatigue management system has taken out the Australian Mining Prospect Award for Innovative Mining Solutions.
The Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations has announced the 2012 Safety Ambassador of the Year at a ceremony in Canberra.
The Accenture Life Safety Solution was named industrial hygiene product of the year by Occupational Health & Safety magazine.
A bicycle business that has helped train riders to travel safely has taken out a top prize at the City of Sydney Business Awards.
WorkSafe Victoria’s 24th annual award finalists have been announced. Thirty-five applicants were chosen out of 286 entries.
The CCAA Environment, Health and Safety Awards were awarded to Hanson and Boral for their sustainable projects.
The closing date for the Safe Work Australia 2012 award has been moved a week and will now be 1 October.
Safe Work Australia is looking for the next Safety Ambassador of the Year. The award coincides with the Safe Work Australia Week in October.