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The five winners of the prestigious 2016 Work Safety Awards Western Australia were announced this at the Work Safety Awards Breakfast held on 28 October 2016.
The awards recognise outstanding OSH management, solutions and innovation in Western Australian workplaces.
There are four categories for the awards
WorkSafe would like to congratulate the following organisations on their achievements in safety and health.
Due to the quality of entries this year for the first time two winners were selected:
Juniper is a not-for-profit organisation providing aged home care, in-home community care and independent living units. Management is committed to addressing hazards, particularly manual handling issues which are minimised through a “no-lift” policy, and employees are continually encouraged to raise safety issues.
2016 Safety Award winner - Juniper, by Department of Commerce - WorkSafe division
Buckby Contracting Pty Ltd
Winner: St Stephen’s School
St Stephen’s is a co-educational school in Perth’s north with students from pre-kindergarten to Year 12. Having identified slips, trips and falls as the main cause of injuries sustained by students and staff, the school embarked on an innovative approach to risk management involving support staff, teachers and students.
2016 Work Safety Awards winner - St Stephen's School, by Department of Commerce - WorkSafe divsion
Winner: Tony Cannons from John Holland
Tony is the current Supervisor of Lift Operations at the Perth Children’s Hospital project, and has played a critical role in improving and maintaining an excellent safety record at the project. He has the ability to engage with management and the wider workforce to encourage positive safety behaviour through strong communication, a proactive approach and never accepting compromised safety behaviour or standards.
2016 Work Safety Awards winner - Tony Cannons from John Holland, by Department of Commerce - WorkSafe divsion
Winner: Ryan Knight from DM Civil
Ryan, the SEQ Manager for DM Civil, believes that safety management systems are in place for good reason and, under his leadership, the company’s safety culture and performance are embedded into everyday practice. Ryan’s ability to communicate clearly and enthusiastically about all safety and health matters has been fundamental in the company’s drive to reduce – and ultimately eliminate – the risk of injury to employees.