Please make sure you have properly read the categories and criteria before entering. The criteria is different for each category and you are able to enter multiple categories. You can also enter more than one product in each category provided they are different products or services.
This award recognises top executives of large corporate and governmental organisations that have displayed verifiable commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of staff and subordinates. This is in recognition of the pivotal place leadership commitment plays in the achievement of organisational HSE goals.
A Torchbearer leads or inspires others in working towards a valued goal. This award celebrates safety professionals who have impacted others by promoting/raising safety awareness in their world of contact (workplace, place of abode, religious environment etc.) within the award calendar year prior to receipt of nominations.
The HSE Manager of the Year Award recognises a health and safety manager who made a significant contribution to the implementation or enhancement of health, safety or wellbeing standards at work.
The individual must also have a role wherein at least 50% of all tasks undertaken are focused directly at the host organisation’s core health, safety and wellbeing functions. They must also have made a significant contribution to the introduction and promotion of standards within the health, safety or wellbeing. Any person accomplishments prior to this date are not relevant and will not be eligible for entry.
This prestigious award recorgnises an outstanding individual who has made a tremendous contribution to their industry (fire, security, health & safety) during their lifetime. This is chosen by our judging panel of key industry bodies and figure heads.
This award celebrates organisations that have displayed unflinching support for and promoted the work of recognised safety professional bodies in Nigeria. The organisations must also have integrated Health and Safety as part of their core practices. Awardees are nominated by selected credible national professional bodies (ISPON, SOEHPON, WSO, ASSE, IOSH, FPAN etc.) OR governmental agencies (Ministry of Labour and Employment, FRSC, Lagos State Safety Commission etc) for their visible role in promoting Health and Safety.
This award recognises a safety product that is standard compliant, and has been nominated by no fewer than 5 credible organisations attesting to its effectiveness in enhancing workplace safety.
To win in this category, the nominee (individual, organisation or government agency) must have distinguished themselves in offering a unique service for the protection of man. Federal or state traffic management bodies may be awarded for their unique Road Safety management initiatives and campaigns, OR a Security personnel for their exceptional services in public interest, OR an individual for their lifesaving efforts in the public space.
This category is designed to recognise a construction project, which has an exemplary health and safety record. Entrants must explain how the project ensured the health, safety and wellbeing of anyone who had access to or worked on the construction site.
This category is designed to recognise a manufacturing premises, which can demonstrate either an exemplary health and safety record or how it has taken significant steps to improve health and safety standards. Entrants must explain how they have ensured the health, safety and wellbeing of anyone who had access to or worked at the premises.