Safety management software leader myosh would like to congratulate the 2014 SafeWork NSW Award Winners. myosh is a cloud-based safety management software system incorporating products such as mobile apps and dashboards that facilitate safety management and culture, helping to improve safety in the workplace, regulatory compliance and management decision making.
The awards were announced on 30 October and recognise individuals and businesses for their positive contributions in work health and safety. This year marked the highest number of entries since the awards began ten years ago.
The award for best workplace health and safety management system in the private sector went to K&D Plumbing and to Hornsby Shire Council in the public sector. For best solution to an identified workplace health and safety issue, the award went to Patrick Autocare.
Wicked Berries was awarded best workplace health and safety practices in a small business. Best individual contribution to workplace health and safety by a non-WHS representative was James Wensley with OneSteel NSW and Luke Sullivan with Staging Connections was awarded in the category for WHS representative.
Baxter Healthcare was awarded for excellence in return to work for a business, and Sgt Matthew Johnson of the NSW Police Force was awarded for return to work achievement for workers. Finally, the WorkCover NSW Safety leadership award went to Hunter-New England Westpac Rescue Helicopter Terminal.
Congratulations to all the winners.
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