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2019 Award Finalists

We are pleased to announce that the following individuals and organisations have been shortlisted as finalists for the 2019 Safety & Compliance Awards. Winners will be announced on the evening of 24th April 2019 – if you wish to attend, places are now limited. To book, please click here to be redirected to our event booking site or email enquiries@agsm.uk.com



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Safety Leadership & Board Participation Award

Safety and compliance responsibilities don’t just lie with those who directly manage these areas. A true safety and compliance culture can only be instilled with full Board leadership and participation. This award seeks to recognise an organisational Board which has shown their support and commitment to placing safety at the very heart of all activities.

  • Finalists:
      • Forviva
      • Belle Isle
      • The Hyde Group
      • Cartrefi Conwy
      • Nottingham City Homes
      • Newport City Homes
      • Wrekin


Safety Training & Development Award

A crucial part of managing safety is ensuring that all staff have the knowledge and skills to carry out their role. This award looks to recognise an organisation demonstrating a wide range of training activities including qualifications, apprenticeships and internal training that serve to develop and maintain competence at all levels.

  • Finalists:
      • Housing Maintenance Solutions
      • Wheatley Group
      • MI-SPACE(Midas)
      • Nottingham City Homes
      • Orbit Housing
 Gas Safety & Compliance Initiative of the Year

In an ever-evolving sector, finding new solutions and innovations is becoming all the more important in dealing with gas safety and compliance issues. We are seeking to recognise and reward those solutions offered to help create a safer place to work and live.

  • Finalists:
      • Durham County Council
      • Wheatley Group
      • FireAngel Safety Technology
      • Cartrefi Conwy
      • RHP
      • Leeds City Council
      • Two Rivers Housing
      • British Gas
      • Hull City Council
      • Wrekin
Community Initiative of the Year

This award recognises suppliers to the social housing industry or social housing providers who have gone the extra mile. We are seeking to reward organisations or collaborations demonstrating a commitment to supporting the wider communities they serve – making a real difference or adding value.

  • Finalists:
      • AICO
      • Wellingborough Homes
      • Ideal Boilers
Gas Contractor of the Year Award

In the social housing and facilities management sector, an effective relationship between a housing provider and their contractor is key to maintaining excellence in safety and compliance. We are looking to recognise a gas contractor who has provided exceptional support and demonstrated outstanding professionalism, innovation or service contribution to a project or contract – or who has a particular story of excellence to share.

  • Finalists:
      • HMS
      • The Gas Company
      • City Building Glasgow
      • Sure Group
Women in Safety and Compliance Award

An exciting new category inspired by the Women and Compliance group. The delivery of safe and compliant practices and processes is a core function for housing organisations. We are looking to recognise an individual in the sector who has either gone above and beyond in their role to drive safety and compliance, or who is providing encouragement to other women in their organisation or sector through mentoring, support initiatives or inspiration.

  • Finalists:
      • Pru Choney – Anchor Trust
      • Victoria Goddard – Aster
      • Laura Jones – Network Homes
      • Jackie Keogh – Dodd Group
      • Alina Tatar & Kimberley Cornock – Two Rivers Housing
      • Lynne O’Rourke – Engie
      • Property Compliance Team – Orbit
      • Sharon Hazlett – NG Homes
      • Lucy Ritchie – Energy & Utility Skill
Partnership & Collaboration of the Year

Working together is vital to our future; who are your partners and stakeholders who help make things happen? This award seeks to reward those collaborating with other organisations to improve safety and compliance standards, leading by example in the sector.  If you have worked on a project with a contractor, supplier or housing association that has seen great results, make sure you all receive the recognition you deserve.

  • Finalists:
      • Dodd Group and Solihull Community Housing
      • Aaron and City of Lincoln
      • Ideal Boilers and Yorkshire Housing
      • Greenfields Community Housing and PHJones
      • Vinshires Plumbing & Heating, Ideal Boilers, Derbyshire Healthy Homes and Nottinghamshire Warmer Homes on Prescription (WHOPS)
      • Vaillant and Derby Homes
      • Sure Maintenance and Ongo
      • Hull City Council and Lucion Environmental

Product of the Year

Suppliers are continuously developing new and inventive ways to improve products and services, whether it be for greater safety, efficiency or economy for housing associations and their tenants. The product of the year award seeks to recognise an organisation that has gone the extra mile to learn and develop a solution for social housing, or who has created a unique and innovative product or service for the sector.

  • Finalists – Heating and Plumbing:
      • Grundfos
      • Wilo
      • Fabdec
      • Potterton
      • TPI Europe
      • Testo Ltd
      • Flamco UK
      • ADEY
      • Tesla UK Ltd
  • Finalists – Safety and Energy Efficiency:
      • Switchee
      • Salus
      • Worcester Bosch
      • FireAngel Safety Technology
      • AICO
      • Nuaire
      • Envirovent
      • Metex Online
      • SkootStor
Customer Service Excellence Award

This award is open to anyone working in the social housing and facilities management sector, or manufacturers supplying to it. Everyday we hear stories of outstanding customer service, on an individual and organisational level. We are looking to recognise those who have implemented successful customer service strategies or gone beyond the call of duty for their customers.

  • Finalists:
      • AICO
      • Wheatley Group
      • Ideal Boilers
      • Orbit
      • Worcester Bosch
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Renewables Project of the Year

Working towards a more sustainable way of powering homes and buildings will be the key to relieving some of the environmental impact our current power consumption has on the planet. We are looking to reward individuals, organisations or collaborations who have successfully implemented renewable energy solutions or delivered a successful energy saving project in social housing, where new energy efficiency measures have been installed.

  • Finalists:
      • City Building Glasgow & Wheatley Group
      • Nottingham City Homes
      • Vaillant / J Tomlinson / Bromford

Best Initiative to Combat Fuel Poverty

With the number of households experiencing fuel poverty rising, we are looking to reward an individual or organisation who has implemented a successful initiative to support tenants and reduce fuel poverty – this could be through improved energy efficiency in buildings, support, education and advice to tenants, or a community project to help combat the issue.

  • Finalists:
      • Switchee
      • Liverpool Mutual Homes
      • Thirteen
      • City Building Glasgow & Wheatley Group




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