The ninth National CDM and Student Designer Awards arranged by the Association for Project Safety (APS) is now open for entry. APS is a members’ association committed to promoting good practice. Its awards are open to both Members, non-members, working Professionals and students.
The awards celebrate industry-leading, inspirational Health and Safety risk management in the Design and Construction sector and are the only awards dedicated to this area, with judging by an expert panel. APS’ awards are particularly special this year as for the first time, the 2016 awards will be held as an event in its own right, with an evening of entertainment announcing the winners along with a high profile speaker and dinner.
Deadline for entry into the nine categories is the 31st May with the awards ceremony held on 27th October in London.
See the different categories and book your place at the awards on the Event webpage: www.aps.org.uk/how-apply
What is the National CDM and Student Designer Awards 2016?
The awards celebrate professionals and projects that exhibit exemplary good practice within the Design and Construction Health and Safety risk management sector. Although other awards may have one or two awards dedicated to this area, the APS awards are the only national awards which focus on this sector exclusively.
Open to both established professionals within the industry and young people studying to enter the profession, the awards commend a proactive and dedicated approach to Health and Safety. The awards help set a benchmark for the industry, giving everyone an elevated standard to work towards.
This year is extra special as the awards will be celebrated in their own right compared to previous years where they have formed part of the annual APS convention.
Entry is free of charge and will close on Tuesday 31st May. The awards are open to both members and non-members of APS with nine categories including;
• Health and Safety
• Health and Safety Innovation
• Principal Designer of the Year
• Technical Excellence
• Client of the Year
• Principal Contractor of the Year
• BIM Project
• Consultancy of the Year
• Project of the Year
Book your ticket online: www.aps.org.uk/book-your-ticket
Author: Association of Project Safety (APS)
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