Vic/Tas businesses rewarded for diversity and safety
5 March 2010
Four businesses from Victoria and one business from Tasmania won CRS Australia Employer Awards last night, for their outstanding commitment to disability employment and workplace safety. These businesses were presented their awards by CRS Australia’s General Manager, Margaret Carmody, and Vic/Tas Divisional Manager, Denise Frederick, at the 2010 Victoria and Tasmania Employer Awards ceremony held at Federation Square in Melbourne.
In the disability employment category, winning employers are selected based on their creativity, innovation and commitment to providing training and employment opportunities for people with a disability, injury or health condition.
For the injury prevention category, winners are selected based on their outstanding commitment to providing a safe work environment for their employees.
Denise Frederick, Vic/Tas Divisional Manager, CRS Australia, said, ‘We acknowledge those employers who see the ability and capability of our job seekers. In looking beyond disability, illness or injury they are rewarded with loyal, committed employees who can provide the workforce capability required.
‘We also recognise and acknowledge those employers who have increased their commitment to workplace safety – this provides enormous benefits to your business.
‘The partnership between employers, job seekers and CRS Australia enables success for individuals, for business and the broader community. We thank employers for their ongoing support,’ added Ms Frederick.
The following five winners were announced on Thursday 4 March:
- Briajen Pty Ltd, Penguin Tas
Champion Award – joint winners
- Michael Ebejer, Elynwood Pty Ltd, Sunshine, Vic
- Chris McCulloch, Antonine College, Brunswick and East Coburg, Vic
- Knox Private Hospital, Knox Vic
Injury Prevention Award
- Eaton Vehicle Group, Kilsyth, Vic
CRS Australia is a leading provider of disability employment and assessment services to people with a disability, injury or health condition.
With almost 70 years experience in the industry, CRS Australia works in partnership with employers to find staff and provide healthy and safe workplaces for employees through quality injury prevention and injury management services. Nationally, CRS Australia helps over 50,000 job seekers towards gaining employment this year.