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2022 Standards Awards Nominations Now Open

January 24, 2022

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Nominations close: Monday 21st March

Standards Australia is pleased to announce that nominations for the 2022 Standards Awards are now open for entry.

The Standards Awards, presented in Standards Australia’s centenary year, are awarded to those who have made significant contributions to standard development and demonstrated outstanding service in enabling Standards Australia to attain its objectives.

Through their exceptional work in developing Australian and international standards, the award winners are people who have contributed to the net benefit of Australia.

The six award categories consist of:

W.R. HEBBLEWHITE MEDAL

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.

MERITORIOUS CONTRIBUTION AWARD – NATIONAL

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.

MERITORIOUS CONTRIBUTION AWARD – INTERNATIONAL

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.

EMERGING LEADER AWARD

This award acknowledges and rewards emerging leaders. Winners effectively represent their industry or sector in committee debates, play an active role in the committee or champion relevant projects or initiatives.

INNOVATION 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

The award recognises standards committees that go the extra mile. Through consistent teamwork and commitment, the standards published by these committees make a change for the good in industry and improve quality of life within communities.

We look forward to receiving entries for these prestigious awards via the Standards Australia website.

Winners are chosen by a panel including Standards Australia’s executives and standards development senior managers. Winners will be announced in May.

Previous winners are eligible for renomination, and self-nominations are welcome.

If you have any questions, or for more information, contact awards@standards.org.au.

Contact
Jess Dunne
2022 Standards Awards Nominations Now Open
Email and link here

Nominations close: Monday 21st March

Standards Australia is pleased to announce that nominations for the 2022 Standards Awards are now open for entry.

The Standards Awards, presented in Standards Australia’s centenary year, are awarded to those who have made significant contributions to standard development and demonstrated outstanding service in enabling Standards Australia to attain its objectives.

Through their exceptional work in developing Australian and international standards, the award winners are people who have contributed to the net benefit of Australia.

The six award categories consist of:

W.R. HEBBLEWHITE MEDAL

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.

MERITORIOUS CONTRIBUTION AWARD – NATIONAL

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.

MERITORIOUS CONTRIBUTION AWARD – INTERNATIONAL

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.

EMERGING LEADER AWARD

This award acknowledges and rewards emerging leaders. Winners effectively represent their industry or sector in committee debates, play an active role in the committee or champion relevant projects or initiatives.

INNOVATION 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

The award recognises standards committees that go the extra mile. Through consistent teamwork and commitment, the standards published by these committees make a change for the good in industry and improve quality of life within communities.

We look forward to receiving entries for these prestigious awards via the Standards Australia website.

Winners are chosen by a panel including Standards Australia’s executives and standards development senior managers. Winners will be announced in May.

Previous winners are eligible for renomination, and self-nominations are welcome.

If you have any questions, or for more information, contact awards@standards.org.au.

Contact
Jess Dunne
Communications Manager
Adam Stingemore
Chief Development Officer
+61 2 9237 6086
Chris Larsen
Senior Manager Communications & Design
+ 0431 900 712
Jess Dunne
Communications Manager
+ 61 2 9237 6381