William Rayner Hebblewhite O.B.E., was Standards Australia’s first and longest serving Chief Executive Officer. This award honours his contribution and foresight in the field. Each year it is awarded to an individual who has made an exceptional and dedicated contribution to standardisation – nationally and/or internationally. Winners are recognised for their leadership, technical expertise and the positive impact their work has made on the industry and community.
This award recognises achievements in national standards development. Winners have made a substantial contribution to problem solving, research, innovative thinking and have effectively represented the views of their industry or sector.
This award recognises achievements in international standards development. Winners may have leadership roles in international standardisation and have successfully influenced international standards for the benefit of the nation.