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BSIF Safety Awards 2023
21 November 2022
THE BRITISH Safety Industry Federation is delighted to announce that the annual BSIF Safety Awards are now open for entries.
The awards cover four categories;
- Product Innovation – PPE
- Product Innovation – Safety Product (Non PPE)
- Customer Service
- Safety Solution
In a change from previous years, and to accommodate the diverse features of entries, the BSIF Product Innovation Award will be split into two separate awards; The BSIF Product Innovation Award for PPE and the BSIF Product Innovation Award for Safety Products (non PPE).
All products will be considered based upon their entry submissions, the finalists will then go forward to judging day where the manufacturers will have the opportunity to present their entry to the panel of judges. The presentations will take place at a judging day during March.
The finalists will then be scored by the panel of judges and the winner announced, along with the Safety Solution and Customer Service award winners, at The Safety & Health Excellence Awards at the Vox, Birmingham on Wednesday 26 April 2023.
All members are welcome to enter into any of the categories and we can allow up to three entries per company for the Product Innovation Awards.
The closing date to submit your entries is Friday 10 February 2023.
The award winners will be announced as part of the Safety & Health Excellence Awards night being held at The Vox, Birmingham on Wednesday 26th April 2022.
The award brochure can be downloaded by following the link below. The application form for the Product Innovation award is included within the brochure. We encourage you to send your application and supporting materials via email rather than through the post to cut down on paper forms.
The Customer Service Award entry form is shown separately, this should be completed and returned to BSIF via email to email@example.com
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