TT Club Innovation in Safety Award
This award was set up with the purpose of celebrating safety innovation in the global freight supply chain. Award entrants are required to show that a product, idea, solution, process, scheme or other innovation has resulted in a demonstrable improvement to safety. The 2019 award is the third time that TT Club has sought to identify, profile and celebrate innovation in the transport and logistics industry.
Who can enter and how?
Anyone involved in Cargo Logistics - members, non-members, individuals, teams, companies.
Submit an entry explaining the following:
- Safety Challenge addressed
- Summary of Innovation
- How was it Implemented
- What was the result?
- Conclusion/any other comments
- We will also require your company logo (if applicable) and photos to illustrate the innovation (if applicable).
When can I enter?
We will open for nominations in May 2020 and close by 30 September 2020. The shortlist will be announced in October and the winner will be presented their award during the ceremony in November. The exact date and location are yet to be decided and will depend on the progression of the current COVID-19 situation.
How will the award be judged?
A judging panel of industry experts will assess the entries according to strict assessment criteria:
- Peregrine Storrs-Fox, Risk Management Director, TT Club
- Rachael White, Member of ITP Panel & CEO of Next Level Information
- Richard Brough, Head of ICHCA International
- Bill Brassington, Chair of the ITP Panel & Independent Consultant
- Cedric Rousseau, Joint Deputy Chair of ITP
- Stephan Stiehler, Joint Deputy Chair of ITP Panel & Independent Consultant
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