Winners in each category will be announced at the International Safety Awards Gala Dinner on 19 May 2023 in London. Purchase your tickets here.
This recognises the leadership and strategic vision of CEOs who have made a vital contribution to the health and safety of their business and to the wider society during 2022. The award recognises how an individual CEO has taken an active role in aligning and championing their organisation’s health, safety and wellbeing interests with their internal and external stakeholders.
Chinedu Maduakoh - Topline Ltd
Folake Soetan - Ikeja Electric Plc
Wang Yong - China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Ltd
Health, Safety and Wellbeing Ambassador of the Year Award
This recognises an employee who, in the opinion of the organisation or person nominating them, has played a significant role in ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of colleagues and others.
Emma Short - Tees Valley Energy from Waste site
Eyab Mijwal - Saudi Mining Polytechnic
Jiehuang Jiang - China State Construction Engineering Corp Ltd
John Peter - L&T Heavy Civil Infrastructure
Lino Yohannan - WSP
Mark Garthwaite - Ebac Ltd
Md. Omar Sharif Ahmmed Chowdhury - Gonosasthaya Samaj vittik Medical College Hospital
Mohammad Suleyman - Technical and Vocational Training Corporation
Wong Ying Kit - China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Ltd
Zhongkun Zhang - China State Construction Engineering Corporation
Health and Safety Transformation Award – sponsored by Croner–i
This recognises organisations that have significantly changed or transformed any aspect of health, safety or wellbeing to a significant extent through the use of information.
Chr. Hansen A/S
Hitachi Rail in partnership with BB&A
Low Carbon Limited
Ramsey Timber Group
Seize the Opportunity Award
This award recognises organisations that have gone the extra mile to seize health, safety or wellbeing opportunities resulting from a crisis.
Dubai Municipality - Health & Safety Department
Tusas Engine Industries
The James Tye Award
This recognises an organisation or a team of individuals who developed and ran a campaign in 2022 that made a significant impact on health, safety or wellbeing in the workplace. It is named after British Safety Council’s founder, James Tye, who campaigned tirelessly to improve health and safety at work.
ToughBuilt Industries UK Ltd
Team of the Year Award
This recognises outstanding achievements resulting in a significant improvement to health, safety or wellbeing, from a collaboration of stakeholders. This may include members of the organisation, suppliers, subcontractors and/or the wider community.
FCC Environment Health and Safety Team (FCC Environment)
Fire Safety Team (Wheatley Group)
New Acute Hospital at Kai Tak Development Area Site B Team (China State Construction Engineering Hong Kong Limited)
Project HSE Steering Committee - DMCC's Dubai Uptown Project (WSP Middle East)
QSE Team (Elis UK Ltd)
Wellbeing Initiative Award – powered by Being Well Together
This recognises and rewards organisations that have demonstrated a proactive and effective approach to improving employee wellbeing.
Cementos Progreso S.A
Piramal Realty PVT Ltd