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Issue 382 - 10 October 2013


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NSCA congratulates National Safety Awards Finalists

Canberra Breakfast Forum

21st National Safety Awards of Excellence

NSCA thanks all those who entered the 2013 NSCA/GIO Workers Compensation National Safety Awards of Excellence.

Successful finalists impressed the judges by demonstrating innovation, commitment to safety as a business priority, proven return on investment and compliance with work health and safety standards.

Winners will be announced at the 21st National Safety Awards of Excellence Gala Luncheon on 17 October 2013 in Sydney. The event will be hosted by Kerri Pottharst, Olympic Gold Medallist, with the keynote address from Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz, Minister for Employment. For more information please visit www.nationalsafetyawards.com.au

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The 2013 Finalists

Category 1 – Best Continuous Improvement of a WHS Management System

Category 2A – Best Solution of a WHS Risk (Small Business)

Category 2B – Best Solution of a WHS Risk (Medium to Large Business)

Category 3 – Best WHS Training Program

Category 4 – Best Communication of a Safety Message

Category 5 – Ian Chisholm Award for the Best Individual WHS Achievement

Category 6 – Best Safety Leadership Program/Initiative

Category 7 – Best Health and Wellbeing Program

 

 
   
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