March 22, 2020

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Finalists announced for IIRSM’s Risk Excellence Awards 2020

IIRSM has announced the finalists of its Risk Excellence Awards 2020.

Entries were submitted by organisations and teams of all sizes, from a diverse range of sectors and working to manage a variety of risks. The finalists are as follows:

Award Finalists Barry Holt Award – Outstanding Risk Management Practice

  • iirsm awardsAffinity Living Team Building 5 & 6, Circle Square Manchester for MPB Structures;
  • Haridas S Nair;
  • WSP Middle East

International Risk Initiative of the Year

  • EHS Boston Scientific Clonmel;
  • Jonathan Smith, Online Safety Solutions;
  • Multiplex Middle East
  • Neelesh Sogani.

John Bennett Award – Exceptional Young Person of the Year

  • Darren Glendinning;
  • Sarah Crawford;
  • Shreejith Krishnan

Health & Wellbeing Strategy of the Year

  • Cabinet Office Health & Safety and Wellbeing Teams;
  • Finlays Always Safe Team
  • Healthcare rm;
  • Loughborough University

Technology Risk Management Initiative of the Year

  • Acin;
  • Avetta;
  • Fujitsu Services;
  • Healthcare rm;
  • Howdens Trade Health & Safety Team;
  • Safe 365;
  • Work Wallet.

SME Risk Initiative of the Year

  • Arun Raveendran;
  • Healthcare rm;
  • TJ Transport & TJ Waste.

Mentor of the Year

  • Anthony Hayward;
  • Graham Wailes;
  • John Berrisford.

Risk Team of the Year

  • Domestic & General;
  • ITV Risk Team;
  • Loughborough University Occupational Health Team;
  • Unite Students Safe and Secure Team.

Change Programme of the Year

  • Howdens Trade Health & Safety Team;
  • Metinvest Holding;
  • Quinn Industrial Holdings.

The winner of the President’s Commendation will be announced at the awards ceremony.

The Risk Excellence Awards takes place on Thursday 8 October 2020 at Church House, Westminster, London. The ceremony will be hosted by Marc Hogan, who is an international speaker specialising in influencing and communication skills. He has presented in 16 countries and at companies such as Barclays, BT, Deloitte, PwC, Tesco, Tetra Pak, Unilever and Volkswagen. After a £1 bet, Marc also performed a 21-night, one-man comedy show at the world’s largest comedy event – the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Marc draws on the lessons learned from his comedy experience as well as his ‘7 Keys for Success’ developed during his career, to provide audiences with a set of practical skills for business and life.

Andy Hawkes, CEO at Cardinus Risk Management, the awards headline sponsor, states “we are once again thrilled to be supporting the IIRSM awards and look forward to celebrating the great work the risk management profession does to save lives, improve health and underpin business decisions. We wish everyone the best of luck for the evening and look forward to congratulating all the finalists and winners at the Awards Dinner on 8th October.”

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