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.
Commerce Minister Simon O’Brien has called for the WA community to nominate consumer advocates for the 2013 Consumer Protection Awards.
The finalists for this year's SafeWork Awards have been announced by WorkCover NSW. The awards are part of October's Safe Work Australia Week.
Safety and environmental initiatives have been recognised at the 2012 CCAA Queensland Environment, Health and Safety Awards.
One week into the role of executive director for WA Resources Safety, Simon Ridge has been nominated for the Next Generation Mining Australia Summit’s Occupational Health and Safety Leader of 2012 Award.
Warrnambool’s 1300 Temp Fence has won four tickets to one of Victoria’s premier motorcycle events after competing alongside more than 90 teams who took part in WorkSafe’s Top Tradie competition over the past six-weeks.
Minister for Employment Bill Shorten has congratulated the top 50 of BRW’s annual Best Place to Work list and encouraged Australian employers and employees to look to these workplaces for lessons on how to improve their own.
The WA Work Safety Awards are currently open for for submissions from individuals, groups and organisations. The closing date for submission of entries is 6 July 2012.
The 2012 WorkCover NSW SafeWork Awards are open for entries. WorkCover NSW would like to invite you and your organisation to enter.
The winners of the 2012 AHRI Diversity Awards will be announced at a Melbourne luncheon this week on 17 May. The awards recognise and celebrate outstanding individuals and organisations, and the contribution they have made to their business and the HR profession in the area of diversity.
The NSCA is accepting nominations for the National Safety Awards of Excellence. The awards are open to any Australian operating business, organisation, alliance or individual in the public or private sector with a workplace health and safety or environment initiative that complies with one of the seven categories. Nominations close 29 June 2012.
New South Wales miners from the Illawarra/Wollondilly and Hunter Valley regions were reconised at the 2012 NSW Minerals Council OHS Innovation Awards in front of around 550 of their peers.