Have you submitted your entry to the Highways England Awards yet?
The deadline of Monday, 3 December is fast approaching and the Government company is urging as many individuals, teams and companies as possible to shout about their achievements.
Why nominate? You could:
Improve morale by recognising and rewarding individual or team performance
Darren Nelson, Chief Executive, Carnell Support Services Ltd, 2017 award winner said: “Winning provided us with a powerful endorsement of SafetyCam, our road worker protection system.
“We are proud to have developed and shared a solution that has delivered a demonstrable improvement in driver behaviour through roadworks.”
Promote excellence and share great working examples
Lee Day, Managing Director of Mway Comms, 2017 award winner said: “The recognition provided by Highways England for ‘Our Journey’, reflects the dedication and buy-in of Mway Comms to achieve a health and safety evolution.
“Furthermore, this achievement has opened the door for Mway Comms to provide shared learning to the sector at numerous industry events.”
Gain independent recognition for outstanding work delivered by your business or team
Dave Brown, Contracts Director – Highways, GRAHAM, 2017 award winner said: “As a business, we understand the importance of health and safety performance across the construction industry, particularly in the highways sector. This award is further validation of our deep expertise and understanding.”
The ten award categories for 2018 are:
- Excellence in Occupational Health and Wellbeing
- Excellence in Safety for Road Users
- Championing Safety
- Leading Behaviour Change for Safety
- Excellence in Customer Service
- Improving Customers Journeys
- Improving Employee Engagement and Behavioural Change
- Excellence in Environment and Sustainability
- Leading Efficiencies and Continuous Improvement
- Project of the Year
In addition, the Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Safety, which focuses specifically on excellence in safety and getting people ‘home safe and well’, will also be presented at the awards.
Judges will be looking for nominations that demonstrate clear outcomes and benefits and illustrate how these have been evaluated.
The entry form is available on the awards website.
The closing date for entries is 5pm on Monday 3 December 2018 and a ceremony to present the awards will take place in Birmingham on 28 March 2019.
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