Now in their 22nd year, Australia’s premier safety awards program continues to celebrate organisations and people who contribute to the health, safety and wellbeing of their employees and show continuous improvement in their business performance.
Thank you to all who have entered the National Safety Awards of Excellence. This year the NSCA received a record number of over 153 nominations for the Awards and deciding on the finalists in each category was challenging for the Judges. The finalists have now been announced and for more information read here.
2014 National Safety Awards of Excellence Luncheon
Tickets are now on sale for the awards luncheon being held on 15 October 2014 at Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf.
|NSCA Members||$95 per person||$725 table of 8|
|Non Members||$135 per person||$972 table of 8|
There are eight categories to enter in:
- Best Continuous Improvement of a WHS Management System
- Best Solution of a WHS Risk (Small Business)
- Best Solution of a WHS Risk (Medium –Large Business)
- Best WHS Training Program
- Best Communication of a Safety message
- Best Individual WHS Achievement
- Best Safety Leadership Program / Initiative
- Best Health & Wellbeing Program
- NSCA Member of the Year
2014 Awards Luncheon Keynote Speakers
Tickets are now on sale for the awards luncheon and this year we are pleased to announce our keynote speakers are:
Mark Skaife OAM
Chairman of the National Track Safety Advisory Committee
The record books confirm Mark Skaife as the most successful driver in Australian Touring Cars/ V8 Supercars history. During his 22 years behind the wheel he has accomplished unparalleled motorsport achievements – five time Championship winner, six Bathurst 1000 victories, three Australian Drivers Championships and the all-time record for Round/Race wins which stood for many years and was only surpassed in mid-2013 by Craig Lowndes.
Managing Director, Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety
Olivier joined Wesfarmers in 2006 as General Manager Commercial, Wesfarmers Industrial and Safety, before being appointed Managing Director of the division in February 2008. Prior to joining Wesfarmers, Olivier was a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group in France and Australia. He previously worked in logistics and project management with engineering contractor Jacobs Serete. He is a director of a number of Wesfarmers Group subsidiaries and related companies.