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STANDARDS AWARDS

 

Nominations are now open for Standards Awards 2018

Do you know someone who has contributed greatly to standardisation in Australia? Nominate them today for Standards Australia’s prestigious Standards Awards.

 

Standard Awards is a Standards Australia programme that recognises excellence in the field of standardisation. Standards Awards are presented to individuals, and one Committee, who have made significant contributions to standardisation and who have demonstrated outstanding service in enabling Standards Australia and accredited Standards Development Organisations (SDOs) attain their objectives.

 

Register your nomination now! 

 

Click here to see the 2017 Standards Awards winners.

 

We are pleased to announce the creation of a new award category:  

INNOVATIONS AWARD

To recognise those who have championed innovation in Standards.

 

Scroll down for the full list of Award Categories.

 

Assessment Panel

The recipients for the Awards are chosen by a selection group including Standards Australia’s Executives and Senior Managers from the Standards Development Operations team.
 

Additional Information

  • Standards Award winners are notified by Dr Bronwyn Evans, Standards Australia's Chief Executive Officer.
  • Nominations for Standards Awards 2018 opens 22 February 2018 and closes 22 March 2018 5.00pm AEDT.
  • Previous Standards Award nominees are eligible for re-nomination. Self-nominations are welcome.
  •  Queries regarding Standards Awards can be sent to Pam Sae-loy at awards@standards.org.au
 

Award Categories 

The full list of Award categories are:
 
W.R. HEBBLEWHITE MEDAL
Created in 2015, the W.R.Hebblewhite Medal honours the contribution and foresight of William Rayner Hebblewhite O.B.E., Standards Australia’s first and longest serving Chief Executive Officer.  This prestigious Medal is awarded to one individual on an annual basis. It recognises exceptional and dedicated contributions in standardisation nationally and/or internationally.   Winners of this award are contributors to national and international standardisation through their leadership and technical expertise, to the extent that their involvement has had a considerable positive impact on industry, commerce and/or the community.
 
MERITORIOUS CONTRIBUTION AWARD – NATIONAL
This award recognises exceptional achievements of experts in the development of national standards.  Winners of this award are advocates of standards and standardisation; have demonstrated a contribution to problem solving, research or innovative thinking and have been able to positively and effectively represent the views of their industry or sector.
 
MERITORIOUS CONTRIBUTION AWARD – INTERNATIONAL
This award recognises exceptional achievements of experts in the area of international standardisation.  Winners of this award demonstrate an ability to effectively influence international standards for the benefit of Australia and may have taken on leadership roles in international standards development.
 
EMERGING LEADER AWARD
This award seeks to reward and acknowledge emerging leaders who have reached a high level of involvement in standardisation.  Recipients have a proven ability to effectively represent their industry or sector in national or international committee deliberations. Individuals who are presented with this award demonstrate a willingness to take on an active role in the committee or champion related projects or initiatives in their industry or sector.
 
INNOVATIONS AWARD
This award recognises those who have championed new and better ways of developing standards or innovation in how standards are delivered to end users; where that innovation meets a clear need and benefit to the community and industry. Winners of this award demonstrate the vision to imagine disruptive change and the drive to deliver it. 
 
OUTSTANDING COMMITTEE AWARD
This prestigious award recognises superior performance of a Standards Committee who, through the demonstration of team work and commitment has published standards that have contributed to the community either through their impact to industry or their enhancement of the quality of life of relevant communities.