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SHE Awards deadline extended
01 February 2019
THE DEADLINE has been extended until 14 February for the Fire Innovation of the Year and Security Innovation of the Year categories of the Safety & Health Excellence Awards 2019.
It’s completely FREE to enter these categories, which are open to any fire or security product that has been launched since 1 January 2017. The categories form a core part of the Safety & Health Excellence Awards, which promote the importance of innovation and underline the highest standards of excellence within occupational safety and health. The ceremony will be held at the prestigious VOX Conference Centre on 10 April 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham and will be hosted by comedian Sean Lock.
The 2018 Awards attracted over 150 entries and next year’s awards now offers four brand new categories, which include The Alan McArthur Unsung Hero Award, Best Health and Safety in Manufacturing, Best Health and Safety in Construction and Best Health and Safety Project.
The complete category list is as follows:
Innovation of the Year for Fire
Innovation of the Year for Security
Campaign of the Year (Fire, Security or Health and Safety)
HSM Health and Safety Manager of the Year – Sponsored by Alcumus
Health and Safety Team of the Year – Sponsored by NEBOSH
Alan McArthur Unsung Hero Award – Sponsored by 3M
Best Health and Safety Project – Sponsored by Arco
Best Health and Safety in Construction – Sponsored by Turner and Townsend
Lifetime Achievement Award – Sponsored by Southalls
Best Health and Safety in Manufacturing
HSM Rising Star Award
The deadline for entries is14 February 2019 so make sure you don’t miss out and you submit your entry now.
You can enter any of these categories for FREE by visiting www.she-awards.co.uk
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