Introducing the Safest Place to Work Awards 2018! 

Sponsored by Trade Me Jobs, powered by Safe365 

 

 

Trade Me Jobs and Safe365 brings you the Safest Place to Work Awards 2018! For the first time, you can see how good you are at health and safety and how you compare to other business'.

 

"Safe365 is driven to lift New Zealand's health & safety capability and performance. Our digital platform provides easy, accessible tools for any business seeking to look after their most important assets – their people."

—Mark Kidd, Safe365

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the awards


The Safest Place to Work Awards is a new recognition program powered by Safe365 in conjunction with principal sponsor Trade Me Jobs. 
It aims to reward and celebrate business' that have built an outstanding health and safety culture and capability, while providing practical feedback with how each organisation compares to the market in general.


"Workplace health & safety is extremely important to us at Trade Me Jobs. All kiwi workers should feel confident that they are working in a healthy, safe and compliant environment"

—Jeremy Wade, Trade Me Jobs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Safe365 is pleased to announce a number of fantastic organisations who have been named a finalist in the 2018 Safest Place to Work Awards sponsored by Trade Me Jobs.

 

The Safest Place to Work Awards is an initiative that recognises New Zealand organisations who have fostered positive work culture, worker engagement and deliver all-round excellence in health, safety and well-being in the workplace. Finalists have been confirmed in small, medium and large enterprise categories with the category winners nominated for the overall supreme award as 2018 Safest Place to Work to be announced at an awards ceremony in Auckland on November 15th 2018.

Jeremy Wade of principal sponsor Trade Me Jobs said “Workplace health & safety is extremely important to us at Trade Me Jobs. All kiwi workers should feel confident that they are working in a healthy, safe and compliant environment. These awards are a great way to recognise and celebrate business' that are top of their class for workplace safety.”

In addition to Trade Me Jobs, the Safest Place to Work Awards is backed by well-known brands committed to making a positive difference to kiwi businesses. Mark Ennis, CEO of AdviceFirst, major sponsors of the Safest Place to Work Awards, says “AdviceFirst supports individuals and businesses to manage their most critical people and financial risks. The ‘Safest Place to Work Awards’ are a great way to recognise health & safety excellence. Through sharing stories of kiwi businesses that excel, we hope to inspire others to make improvements that help realise a better future for everyone in their workplace”. The awards are also sponsored by Health & Safety Association of New Zealand (HASANZ) and the New Zealand Institute of Safety Management (NZISM).

Safe365 co-founder Mark Kidd says he and fellow co-founder Nathan Hight are extremely pleased with how the initiative has come to life. “Traditional awards programs tend to support one-off initiatives or individuals doing great things. The Safest Place to Work Awards is about recognising businesses who have modernised their thinking towards this daily part of work in every business, understanding that effective health and safety is a holistic approach that includes elements of positive leadership, effective risk management and ongoing workforce participation and engagement.”

2018 Safest Place to Work Awards - Finalists

Small Enterprise

  • Redwood Treewalk
  • Hepatitis Foundation of New Zealand
  • Paragon New Zealand Limited
  • Falcon Electrical Ltd
  • White Island Tours Ltd
  • TKL Logistics Ltd
  • Hot Chilly
  • Tourism Bay of Plenty (TBOP)

Medium Enterprise

  • Pathway Trust
  • MCI & Associates Ltd
  • Tri Star Gymnastics Inc
  • Graeme Dingle Foundation
  • Coop Money New Zealand
  • Youthtown Incorporated
  • Clearvision Communications
  • Framework Trust
  • Exeed Limited

 Large Enterprise

  • Turfrey
  • Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga
  • Pact
  • Genesis Energy
  • Housing New Zealand
  • Goodwood Park Healthcare Group
  • Television New Zealand
  • Connetics
  • Higgins Contractors Ltd (Napier)
  • The Treasury

Sponsors

Safe365 is extremely appreciative of the support from our amazing event sponsors.

 

Major Sponsors

 

 

 

 

Health and Safety Partners

Advanced Safety

All About People

Pillar Consulting