With the Awards officially launched today, this early commitment from a key Foundation Partner signals the importance of the initiative to industry.
The awards program and its partners acknowledge the important work performed by First Aid trained individuals every day at work and in our community. At the same time, employers and organisations that invest in First Aid training and initiatives are recognised.
John Haines Founder of the Australian First Aid Awards said, ‘Sarah Bachman and her team at National Precast Concrete Association are clearly committed to the health and safety of people at work, and we welcome their partnership. This will make it easier for their members to nominate for the awards and be recognised for their investment in this area. In addition, association members will be accessing best practice case studies and educational content that will enable continuous improvement.’
The Australian First Aid Awards 2019 will celebrate the Finalists and announce the Winners at a Gala Dinner August 2019, to be hosted at the Melbourne Arts Centre.
Coowhi for Australian First Aid Awards
October 19th, 2018
Brand and creative agency Coowhi has come on board as Support Partner of the inaugural Australian First Aid Awards 2019.
Coowhi is behind the logo and branding of the new Awards program, that recognises the vital investment of companies and community organisations in delivering trained First Aid in the case of an incident, as well as the skills and commitment of First Aid trained individuals who step up when it counts.
Coowhi Creative Director Tony Coombes commented, ‘Having worked closely with the team during their preparation for the launch of the Awards, I’ve seen first hand their passion for this cause and I wanted to do more to support it. I am looking forward to hearing the stories behind the companies and people who apply.’
All Award partners play a vital role in helping the Australian First Aid Awards grow to become a strong part of the culture of workplace and community safety for many years to come. Ultimately it means that the people and organisations that are making a difference in this field get the recognition they deserve.
The Australian First Aid Awards 2019 will announce the Winners and celebrate Finalists with a Gala Dinner to held at Melbourne Arts Centre August 2019.
Safety Institute of Australia joins forces with Australian First Aid Awards
October 19th, 2018
The Australian First Aid Awards 2019 is delighted to announce the commitment of AIHS (Australian Institute of Health & Safety), the national association for the health and safety profession, as Industry Partner.
The AIHS serves a membership of OHS workers and students, as well as organisations committed to strong workplace, health and safety. AIHS works to help build the skills, knowledge and capabilities of people in the safety profession, and being a voice for that profession.
John Haines Managing Director of APL Group, and Founder of the Awards program said, ‘This Partnership is a no-brainer for both our organisations. The obvious synergy will allow us to connect the Australian First Aid Awards with AIHS members who are active and focused on being First Aid ready every day at work. We hope to bring a new layer of benefits to the AIHS membership as a result of our partnership.
The Australian First Aid Awards recognise and acknowledge outstanding performance and investment in First Aid. Award Finalists will have their stories documented and shared as best practice case studies. Winners will be announced at a Gala Dinner to be hosted at Melbourne Arts Centre in August 2019.