Congratulations to the Winners, Highly Commended and Finalists of the 2019 NSCA Foundation and GIO Workers Compensation National Safety Awards of Excellence!
Collectively and individually, through their dedication and commitment to excellence, they help to ensure Australians have safer and healthier workplaces. Each year, our independent judging panel has a challenging time assessing inspiring awards submissions. Read more about the Awards and finalists in the 2019 Program Guide.
2019 National Safety Awards of Excellence Winners, Highly Commended and Finalists:
Category 1 – Best Continuous Improvement of a WHS Management System
Winner – St John of God Health Care Hawkesbury District Health Service
Highly Commended – Project Green Group
Finalists – Shadforth and Wyndham Destinations Asia Pacific
Category 2A – Best Solution of a WHS Risk (Small Business)
Winner – The Lacket Company
Read more about the Lacket Company’s winning submission here.
Category 2B – Best Solution of a WHS Risk (Medium to Large Business)
Winner – Reece
Highly Commended – Belle Banne Conveyor Services and Port Waratah Coal Services
Finalist – Redpath
Category 3 – Best WHS Training Program
Winner – The Crane Industry Council of Australia
Highly Commended – Liberty Industrial
Category 4 – Best Communication of a Safety Message
Winner – Greening Australia
Highly Commended – Arup and Lendlease
Category 5 – Ian Chisholm Award for the Best Individual WHS Achievement
Winner – Steve Southall (Crown Equipment)
Highly Commended – Craig Hatchard (RoadTek, QLD Department of Transport and Main Roads)
Finalist – Glen Cook (Energy Queensland)
Category 6 – Best Safety Leadership Program / Initiative
Winner – Teys Australia
Highly Commended – Monadelphous
Category 7 – Best Health and Wellbeing Program
Winners – ConsMin
Finalists – Metro Trains Melbourne, Qld Police Union and Qld Police Service, REDARC Electronics, and St John of God Health Care
NSCA Foundation Member of the Year
Winners (Corporate) – Mylan
Winner (Individual) – Andrew Lewis
GIO Workers Compensation Award for Excellence in WHS
Winner – Teys Australia
A big thank you to the awards major sponsor GIO Workers Compensation and category sponsors Actrua, Ansell, Greencap, Pro-Visual Publishing, Safe Work Australia, Sentis and Stowe Australia. Our sponsors ensure that Australian workplace health and safety champions continue to be recognised in Australia’s pinnacle WHS national awards.
We encourage all Australian organisations to implement best practice workplace health and safety through continuously innovating and creating solutions unique to your situation.
The 28th annual National Safety Awards of Excellence nomination period is from Monday, 2 March to Wednesday, 17 June 2020.
Visit here to view photos of the 2019 Awards Gala Luncheon.