Todd Sergeant from 2NURFM interviews Sarah-Jane Dunford
30th August 2016
Hunter Safety Awards founder, Sarah-Jane Dunford, was recently interviewed by Todd Sergeant from 2NURFM. Click here to listen!
24th August 2016
After an impressive inaugural event, the Hunter Safety Awards has opened up nominations for the 2017 awards. The 11 categories cover Work Health and Safety (WHS) leadership, management, improvement, training and innovative ideas, with submissions...
21st March 2016
At a gala awards presentation, the inaugural winners of the Hunter Safety Awards were announced on Friday evening (18 March 2016). The ‘gold’ safety helmet, sponsored by Blackwoods, was awarded to Port Hunter Conveyors, as the WHS Business of the...
3rd February 2016
A panel of industry experts and sponsor representatives has decided the inaugural finalists for the Hunter Safety Awards. Hunter Safety Awards founder, Sarah-Jane Dunford, said it was a rigorous process, with a number of close decisions. “It was...
Organisers of the inaugural Hunter Safety Awards are encouraging local organisations to use National Safe Work Month as a prompt to reflect on work, health and safety (WHS) in their workplace and nominate for the Hunter Safety Awards.  The Awards aim to recognise and reward those local workplaces that are striving to build innovative WHS cultures.  Hunter Safety Awards founder Sarah-Jane Dunford said that there are businesses that are embracing WHS as a core element of their workplace strategy and operation
23rd October 2015
Thank you to Hunter Headline for the below article, which appeared on their website on 19 October 2015. Organisers of the inaugural Hunter Safety Awards are encouraging local organisations to use National Safe Work Month as a prompt to reflect on...