Campaign of the Year (Fire,
Security, Health & Safety)
This category is designed to recognise campaigns that have led to significant
improvements in health, safety, fire safety and/or security to the benefit of people
British Woodworking Federation
With fire safety high on the agenda, the 2017 Fire Door
Safety Week campaign highlighted the importance of
fire-door maintenance and increased awareness of five
simple inspection checks that anyone can do to
initiate positive change and improve a building’s fire
Brunel University London
Aimed at reversing a rise in accident rates, the
‘Compliance Cocktail’ campaign expanded internally
to cover numerous regulatory training requirements
and establish a positive culture in order to achieve
compliance. Through the delivery of IOSH-accredited
health and safety training, the campaign also
supported businesses in the area.
Cirrus Research says it wanted to help people
understand the impact that noise-induced hearing
loss can have at a very personal level.It wanted to get
into people’s consciousness and approach it with
human feelings, not about a commercial bottom line.
Created to stimulate awareness of life-safety legislation,
disability issues and life-safety systems in general, CTEC’s
campaign consisted of free, educational, CPDcertified
fire safety training events held throughout the
To facilitate near-miss information-gathering,
Edinburgh Airport launched the “safety share” initiative.
After an initial review, this grew to include local Fix It
Groups who are empowered to take ownership of
safety and fix issues. This project has seen a change in
attitude towards safety and a gradual cultural change
at Edinburgh Airport regarding owning issues.
Forklift Truck Association
Safetember, the Fork Lift Truck Association’s annual
campaign to raise awareness about forklift-truck safety,
is now in its 10th year and is possibly the 30 most
important days of the year for the materials-handling
MiSAFETYMATTERS is a low-cost, high-engagement
safety culture campaign that has been fully accepted
by all iForce colleagues, and will continue as the safety
platform as the Group continues to grow.
Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover Corporate Security and Business
Protection (CSBP) provide 24 hour emergency
medical care for thousands of employees, partners
and visitors on sites across the country. A wholesystem
review of the clinical governance and
operations of industry-specific, specialist emergency
medical services, has reduced the impact on the local
NHS, improved clinical outcomes for patients,
strengthened the organisation in general and even
saved a colleague’s life.
Turner and Townsend
Turner and Townsend’s ambition for 2017 was to drive
a step change in how it engages with health, safety
and well-being as a business to achieve measurable
improvement and success.
UK Asbestos Training Association
UKATA sets the standards in asbestos training and
ensures its members adhere to those standards. The
Train Safe Campaign provided free, approved
asbestos-awareness training nationwide to those who
might not have otherwise had the opportunity to
receive such training.