WHS Awards 2022

WHS Awards 2022

2022 Winners Announcement

Thank you to all who were nominated for the WHS Awards 2022. The awards were strongly supported this year with close to 100 nominations, resulting in 44 finalists.

The quality of the applications this year was impressive indicating a strong level of innovation and commitment by organisations and individuals to strive for Safer, Healthier Work.

The WHS Awards 2022 gala event, held on Friday 21 October at the Crown Towers Burswood and attended by over 250 guests, saw 13 company or individual award winners announced.

Special guests included the Hon. Minister Bill Johnston, WorkSafe WA Commissioner Darren Kavanagh, and DMIRS Director Sally North. We thank you for attending our event.

On behalf of the WHS Foundation and our major event partner CGU Insurance, congratulations to all award finalists and winners.

Gold Event Partner – CGU Insurance

Silver Event Partner – Fire & Safety Australia

1. Innovation in WHS Award

Product Category

Rio Tinto Emergency Services –
RORI Robot

Program Category

RiskTalk (RiskTalk App)

Award Partner: Epic IT

2. Health & Wellbeing Award

City of Rockingham –
CORE Wellness Program

Award Partner: FIFO Focus

3. WHS Management Award – SME

Consolidated Group

Award Partner: Azure HR

4. WHS Management Award – Large

Electrical Group Training

Award Partner: Equal Assurance

5. Women in WHS Award

Alanna Ball – Women in Safety

Award Partner: Moray & Agnew Lawyers

6. WHS Indigenous Engagement Award

SX5 Group

Thuroona Services

Award Partner: Byrnecut / BOAB

7. WHS Promotion & Program Award

Initiative Category

MCS Security –
Assault Avoidance Program

Training Category

Byrnecut –
Induction Training Centre

Award Partner: Online WHS

8. Emergency Preparedness Award

Scentre Group

Award Partner: Fire & Safety Australia

9. Health & Safety Representative Award

Siobhan Wiersma – Crown Perth

Award Partner: RiskTalk

10. WHS Leadership Award

Sandra Lam – FIFO Focus

Award Partner: Australian Institute of Health & Safety (AIHS)