Care winners

NASHiCS (National Association for Safety and Health in Care Services) has announced this year’s awards winners.

NASHiCS promotes and improves health and safety within care services and provides a forum for individuals and organisations involved in any aspect of health and safety to exchange and share information, experience and expertise.

The prestigious awards were open to everyone who works in the social care sector, across the UK, both members and non-members of NASHiCS whose dedication, skill and knowledge deserved recognition. Nominees were required to submit evidence of innovation and measurable benefits to health and safety management of their organisation.

The three categories and the winners are as follows:

Individual of the year award – WINNER: Heather Foster, Health and Safety Advisor, Leading Lives

Learning and training award – WINNER: The Richmond Fellowship Scotland

Best practice award – WINNER : Aneurin Brown, Head of Health & Safety & Estates, Hallmark Care Homes

Finalists were announced at the Safety in Care Awards Dinner on the eve of Tuesday 12th September 2017 as part of the National Conference titled “The Fair Way to a Safer Way” In excess of 120 social care professionals attended the conference over the two days.

Comments Chris Jackson, National Chair for NASHiCS: “Congratulations to our winners and runners up. We received a very impressive set of nominations this year, highlighting some high-quality and thought-provoking initiatives and it is encouraging that so many providers are taking responsibility for developing new, efficient approaches to managing health and safety.”

The website for the organisation is HERE