14th October 2019
When it comes to ensuring safety on our roads and in the workplace, Carter Heavy Haulage and Transport are all about going the extra mile, an effort rewarded at the 2019 Hunter Safety Awards. Dedicated to providing a broad range of logistics...
2nd October 2019
As one of Australia’s leading workforce education providers, Novaskill are all about connecting people to a world of learning, jobs and personal development opportunities. So, it comes as no surprise that their commitment to leadership and the...
23rd September 2019
Every year, the Best WHS Improvement (SME) award is awarded to industries that demonstrate innovative improvements to WHS and make an outstanding impact on people and businesses in Australia. With an aim to improve the safety of drift conveyance...
13th September 2019
Hume Doors & Timber Thornton is the Hunter region’s branch of the Hume Group, a 100% Australian owned timber door manufacturer. Hume Thornton has an overriding commitment to health and safety and has worked hard to create a positive safety...
18th March 2019
                                Tomago Aluminium has taken out the region’s most prestigious safety award, the ‘Gold’ Safety Helmet for WHS Business of the Year Award at the 2019 Hunter Safety Awards. Now in its fourth year, the Awards acknowledged...
3rd January 2019
When it comes to Work Health and Safety (WHS), individuals and organisations shouldn’t simply solve problems for their business – it is important that they aim to solve challenges for their whole industry. This is what our 2018 WHS Champion of the...
18th September 2018
Work Health and Safety (WHS) is more than filling in checklists and paperwork, it is making sure everyone in the workplace returns home, every day, to their families and loved ones. This is the premise that the Hunter Safety Awards 2018 Student of...
30th August 2018
Mental illness in Australia has a significant impact on our society individually, socially and economically. The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed that approximately one in five Australian adults aged 16 to 85 years will experience at...
1st August 2018
The Hunter’s most prestigious safety awards are now open for submissions from local organisations who go above and beyond in WHS.  Launched in 2015 by local safety consultant, Sarah-Jane Dunford, the Hunter Safety Awards recognise local businesses...
19th March 2018
Moly-Cop has taken out the WHS Business of the Year award, sponsored by AGL, at this year’s Hunter Safety Awards. The outstanding safety culture within the Hunter-based division of world-leading manufacturer, Moly-Cop, was recognised with the Award’...
29th January 2018
In its third year, the Hunter Safety Awards is looking to once again put positive Work, Health and Safety (WHS) initiatives in the limelight, announcing their 2018 finalists. In what founder, Sarah-Jane Dunford, has called a difficult judging...
17th October 2017
Reports are that this year are that already 120 Australian workers have died from injuries caused by work-related. That is a scary number of people who don’t get to go home to their loved ones at the end of the day. Safety Month is all about drawing...
WHS innovation at the forefront for Take5apps
12th October 2017
Eliminating hazards and risks for the price of a cup of coffee is not only cost effective safety but a solid investment in peace of mind. That’s the premise of Take5app’s safety mobile app T5, the Most Innovative WHS Idea (SME) award winner for 2017...
3rd October 2017
Work Health and Safety should be dependable, like the best friend you can call at midnight. This phrase best describes Lauren Meldrum, the 2017 Young WHS Leader of the Year.  At the second annual Hunter Safety Awards, Lauren grabbed the highly-...
18th September 2017
For Training Wheels, a privately owned Registered Training Organisation (RTO) holding ASQA Delegate Status, there’s no shortcut to safety. They believe they are able to offer high quality training courses by not cutting corners and that means NO...

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