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Health and Safety Excellence Awards

The Health and Safety Excellence Awards are an initiative of the ASI National Safety Committee to recognise steel industry companies and individuals for high achievements in health and safety, innovation in equipment and process improvements.

All ASI members, regardless of size of business, are encouraged to enter the Awards which are presented annually at the Australian Steel Convention.

Read about the 2017 winners (PDF) (194 Kb)

Site/Department Award winner - GAM Steel, Derrimut, Victoria

 

Improvement Initiative Award winner - Overhead Crane Magnet Headlight Team, Liberty OneSteel Metalcentre, National

 

Individual Award winner - Nik Westbury, Logistics Supervisor, Liberty OneSteel Rod & Bar, Laverton, Victoria

Individual Practitioner Award winner - Paul Burnell, National Safety Manager, Liberty OneSteel Metalcentre

 

Exemplary Site Award winner 2015 - Operation Melonhead (John Holland):

 

Four award categories

Site Award:
Submission to include:

  • Injury performance information for the past three years to June 2016 – to include lost time treatment injury frequency rate and any other metrics used. 
  • Lead indicator performance information.
  • Brief explanation of what the business has done to improve its health and safety performance in the past two years including a brief description of key initiatives.

OHS awards hard hatImprovement Initiative Award:
Submission to include:

  • Description of the initiative and why it should be considered for this recognition. List the process undertaken, the people involved and the deliverables of the initiative (the above information may be accompanied by photos etc to illustrate the initiative).

Individual Award:
Submission to include:

  • Description of why the nominated person (Non Practitioner) should be considered for this recognition. List the individual’s outstanding contributions over recent years.

Individual Practitioner Award:
Submission to include:

  • Description of why the nominated person (Practitioner) should be considered for this recognition within their role. List the individual’s outstanding contributions over recent years

Award Entry Requirements

  • Site, factory, department or individual employee of an ASI member company.
  • Demonstrates a strong commitment to improving health and safety in the steel industry value chain.
  • Permission must be gained by the appropriate supervising officer prior to the submission of an entry.

Entries for the 2018 Health and Safety Excellence Awards are now open.

Contact Phil Casey, ASI National Manager - Health and Safety on philc@steel.org.au or 02 8748 0180 with any queries about the awards.