Last night the Chairman’s Awards ceremony celebrated the fantastic achievements of employees who have gone above and beyond for their colleagues, our customers and the communities we serve.
The trophies have arrived and the certificates are signed, ready for our finalists attending the 2016 Chairman’s Awards next Tuesday, 28 June.
An initiative to reduce sickness absence and the efforts of one person to make their voice heard about mental wellbeing are the finalists in the health and wellbeing category.
Our inclusion and diversity (I&D) finalists have been finding ways to allow employees from different backgrounds to find a career in energy and help them succeed.
Young people learning about careers in energy and our community involvement are our two shortlisted nominations for this year’s Community Contribution category.
A new strategy to communicate safety and videos to help employees in the field are the two projects to reach the final in the Safety category of this year’s Chairman’s Awards.
A ‘smart grid pilot’ and a ‘pipeline transition wall unit’ are the finalists in the Innovation category of this year’s Chairman’s Awards.
An environmentally-friendly design for a new sub-station in central London and a new way of recycling overhead line conductors are the finalists in the Environment category of the Chairman’s Awards.
Our finalists nominated in the Customer Delivery category, show how we have brought gas to under-served neighbourhoods and worked proactively with large energy users.
Nominations for the 2016 Chairman’s Awards have now been narrowed down to just 14 finalists.