The Australian Freight Industry Awards (AFIA) recognise the outstanding achievements of operators, organisations and individuals across the transport and logistics industry.
Linfox’s Safety Health and Wellbeing Team has won this year’s AFIA Best Practice Safety Award, with a number of Linfox finalists acknowledged across several categories.
This award recognises the most innovative and practical safety solutions on the road or in the workplace across the transport and logistics industry.
Linfox’s award-winning practices included Linfox’s own 4Ds program, which focuses on empowering team members to call out Dumb, Difficult, Dangerous and Different activities in the workplace.
Linfox ANZ Group Manager Safety, Health and Wellbeing, Chris Wilks said: “It is such a delight to receive this industry recognition.
“Our safety programs are a team effort, requiring site champions, leaders who endorse them, and team members who get involved. We will continue to create engaging, useful and easily accessible safety initiatives for our teams.”
Well done to the other Linfox finalists in various categories including Linfox National Continuous Improvement Manager, Robert Meaney and Linfox National Manager – Safety, Rose Dickson for the Best Practice Safety Award; Linfox Senior Manager HR Business, Kim Van der Poel and Linfox Program Manager, Toni Keegan for the Female Leadership Award; and Linfox Ambient Network Manager, Alex El Bazouni for the Young Achiever Award.
Congratulations to all other Linfox nominees for the outstanding achievements that led to their nominations in the Female Leadership Award, Young Achiever Award and the Application of Technology Award.