CASA wins safety reporting award
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has won the Work Health and Safety Reporting Award at this year’s Australasian Reporting Awards (ARA).
The awards were bestowed on 18 June in Melbourne.
“Work health and safety should be a fundamental part of any organisation’s business decisions, activities and processes, and this should be reflected in your annual report,” said Safe Work Australia CEO Michelle Baxter in a media release.
“By including high-quality work health and safety information in your annual report, you can establish your organisation as a leader in work health and safety, one in which work health and safety is not an ‘add-on’ but [is] integrated into business decisions and processes.”
ARA chairman Tim Sheehy said in a media release, “Despite the economic challenges faced by many organisations in recent years and reductions to annual reporting budgets, the standard of annual reporting by Award recipients has never been higher.
“This shows senior managers of many private, public and not-for-profit organisations have a very strong commitment to communicating to their stakeholders openly, honestly and effectively.”
For more details, visit ARA
Published on 2 July 2015 in the NSCA Foundation Safe-T-Bulletin.