SHP Awards celebrate the achievements of the brightest and most passionate health & safety professionals. From young, up and coming rising stars and leaders of tomorrow to our most seasoned, influential ambassadors and trailblazers who positively impact safety, health, and wellbeing.
The awards take place annually and are free to enter, with nominations reviewed by an independent panel of judges. Winners are announced online and receive various prizes, including coaching and development opportunities. For 2021, we're excited to be collaborating with SHP as sponsors of the Awards, as well as having three of our own on the independent judging panel: Shona Paterson– Director of Talent Consultancy; Liam Tiddy– Head of Executive Search; Tim Fowler, Senior HSE Consultant for Shirley Parsons Project Services.
This year the line-up consists of seven awards:
Most Influential Individual
Rising Star UK
Rising Star in Construction
Rising Star in Manufacturing
Rising Star International
Trailblazer in Workplace Wellbeing
Trailblazer in Health & Safety
Voting is now open for the Most Influential award – closing very soon, at 5 pm on 10 December 2021. You still have time to cast your vote from a star-studded line-up of industry influencers.
The Most Influential Individual award recognises people from practitioners, leaders, and senior Government officials. Who's had the most meaningful and most positive impact on health and safety in the UK this year?
An award close to our hearts. In 2020, we were excited to hear that our very own Shirley Parsons was shortlisted as a nominee for her actions in inspiring and supporting women in the HSEQ sector. And Shirley Parsons, as a company, was also recognised for assisting organisations in managing their health and safety responsibilities during the pandemic. Last but not latest, in celebration of our 15th anniversary, we raised over £1,500 for charity—our broader fundraising efforts to celebrate our 15th anniversary.
The awards Awards coincide with the launch of our new HSEQ talent tool, MAPP, and we're excited to offer assessments to all finalists. MAPP is an original tool explicitly designed for the HSEQ sector that incorporates key personality traits and aspirations required to be most effective within an HSEQ role. A free trial assessment is available to help HSEQ leaders understand the tool and evaluate its usefulness for their organisation. Please get in touch with Shona Paterson if you're keen to learn more.
The list of nominees is included below:
Sarah Albon, Chief Executive, HSE
Dee Arp, Chief Operating Officer, NEBOSH
Simon Blake, Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health First Aid England
Rachel Butler, Head of Health, Safety and Risk, Bruntwood
Fearne Cotton, Happy Place Podcast
Crystal Danbury, Director Safety, OpenReach
Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, Mind
Hayley Farrell, Wellbeing Manager, EMCOR UK
Kate Field, Global Head Health, Safety and Wellbeing, BSI
Neil Fisher, Health, Safety & Environment Practitioner, Network Rail
Craig Foyle, Director, Foyle Safety & Management Limited
Jessy Gomes Moreira, Technical Safety Lead, UCL
Dr Jenny Harries, Chief Executive, UK Health Security Agency
Paul Hendry, Global Vice President for Safety, Jacobs
Karen Hewitt, Chief Executive Officer, Leaderlike Ltd
Keith Hole, Keith Hole, Director, TSMUK
Louise Hosking, Owner, Hosking-Associates. IOSH President
Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care
Anna Keen, Founding Director, Acre Frameworks
Gill Kernick, Master Consultant, JMJ Associates
James MacPherson, Health, Safety and Environment Manager, Glass and Glazing Federation. Co-Founder, Project Mollitiam. Host and Producer, Rebranding Safety Podcast.
Hugh Maxwell, EMEA Director, Chubb
Suzannah Nichol MBE, Chief Executive, Build UK
Dr Mavis Nye, President and Co-Founder, Mavis Nye Foundation
Rory O'Neill, Occupational Health and Workplace Safety Adviser, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). Professor, School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool. Editor, Hazards magazine, www.hazards.org and TUC weekly RISKS ezine
Dr David Provan and Dr Drew Rae, The Safety of Work Podcast
James Quinn, Senior Health and Safety Manager, Multiplex. IOSH Immediate Past President
Kevin Robinson, Managing Director, Safer Highways
Andrew Sharman & One Percent Safer Foundation
Ian Tasker, Scottish Hazards Advice Centre
Errol Taylor, Chief Executive Officer, RoSPA
Professor Chris Whitty, Chief Medical Advisor to the Government