Safety management software leader myosh would like to congratulate the 2014 WA Work Safety 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, along with regulatory compliance and management decision making.
Award winners were announced at a breakfast event on 31 October. The awards recognise workplaces in Western Australia for reducing work-related injuries. St John of God Murdoch Hospital was recognised as best safety and health management system in the private sector. Other finalists in this category include Esslemont Cockram, Broad, and Wesfarmers Chemicals.
The winner of best solution to an identified workplace safety and health issue was St John of God Subiaco Hospital. Finalists were DM Civil, CASWA and Schlumberger, Transmin, and Brierty.
Peter Minchin of Pentagon Freight Services was awarded best individual contribution to safety and health by a person with no formal responsibilities for occupational safety and health. The other finalist in this category was Dean Adams with Glidepath Australia.
The best individual contribution to safety and health by a person with formal responsibility for occupational safety and health was Brian Pugsley at Broad. The other finalist was Jordan Andrews at West Australian Mechanical Services. Congratulations to all the winners and finalists.
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