Finalists - Safe Project Management Award, Sponsored by Shell 2022

Entries for this category should demonstrate results achieved with commitment to safety as well as protection of people and/or the environment 

This category aims to recognise a project that demonstrates results achieved with a considerable commitment to safety, as well as protecting people and/or the environment in project management. This is an all-inclusive award and entries are welcome from any sector and any size of project, commercial or non-commercial, across the globe. 

Judges will be looking for project teams that are passionate about safety and committed to protecting people and/or the environment. Entries should demonstrate:  

  • Utilisation of innovative methods, processes or policies that have resulted in a significantly positive outcome to people, environment and/or society as a whole.  
  • Genuine desire to improve safety practices and/or conditions to protect employees, communities and/or the environment. 
  • Positive transformation of aspects related to health and safety of employees, communities impacted by the project, or to reduce emissions as a result of the project.  

We require entrants to this category to produce a submission of up to 3,000 words detailing how they have met the judging criteria. Entrants may also submit up to four supporting images or graphics only (no text apart from captions). Video and audio is not accepted as part of the submission. This category is one stage (written submission) only and is open to organisations across all sectors globally. 

Congratulations to all our finalists listed in this category below ...


  FINALIST  

PROJECT: Diriyah Gate Development Authority
ENTERED BY: Diriyah Gate Development Authority

Diriyah Gate Development Authority (DGDA) was established in July 2017 to preserve Diriyah’s history, celebrate its community and develop the historic UNESCO World Heritage site of At-Turaif into one of the world’s greatest gathering places at the heart of Saudi Arabian culture and heritage. The DGDA Occupational Health & Safety department (OHS) was established in June 2019 and fulfils four broad functions at DGDA: Construction OH&S, Admin & Stakeholder Management, Emergency & Disaster Management and Training & Compliance. Since its inception, OHS aims to be the regional benchmark for excellence in safety management.


  FINALIST  

PROJECT: Greater Tortue Ahmeyim Quarters and Utilities Platform, bp
ENTERED BY: Alex Ryder, bp

GTA Quarters and Utilities Platform was designed and built by Yantai CIMC Raffles Offshore, the first time bp had awarded an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning contract directly to a Chinese contractor for an offshore facility. We used our project as the demonstrator for new ways of working to elevate safety standards on site. Collaborating around a principle of care for one another, the project team nurtured a safety culture that evolved from initially pathological, to truly generative, one that delivered the project without any lost time incident, an exceptional achievement for this scale of project in a Chinese shipyard.


  FINALIST  

PROJECT: Safety in Every Choice, East West Rail Alliance
ENTERED BY
East West Rail Alliance

Recognising the challenge of integrating a 1500-strong workforce from four different organisations, including supply chains, to design and deliver a complex 37km scope of work in a safety critical environment, East West Rail Alliance (EWRA) embraced the opportunity to challenge traditional health, safety and wellbeing (H,S&W) programmes. Committed to making health and safety everyone’s priority, EWRA developed the innovative and transformational Safety in Every Choice (SiEC) programme. Focused on engagement and using innovative tools and techniques to create a positive, fair and learning culture, SiEC empowers the workforce and drives excellence, enhancing the H,S&W of individuals and the local community.

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