Electrical Apprentice in NSW wins Safety Star Award

12 August 2015

Apprentice James Maslin named MIGAS Safety Star July 2015

Congratulations to 3rd year Electrical Apprentice, James Maslin in Hunter Valley, who has been awarded MIGAS Safety Star for July 2015.

James is completing his Electrical Apprenticeship with host company Wormald in the Hunter Valley, NSW.

James demonstrates exceptional commitment to safety in the workplace by making sure he conducts Risk Assessments before starting each different job. James works at different work sites and knows each and every site may be different, but he still follows the same correct safety assessments. His motto is, "I always want to get home'. James will always - STOP, STEP BACK, OBSERVE, THINK ABOUT THE TASK, IDENTIFY, CONTROL AND COMPLETE. 

Great work James!

Each month MIGAS awards one Safety Star Award to a MIGAS Australian Apprentice or Trainee that is excelling in Workplace Health and Safety at their host company. If you host MIGAS apprentices or trainees at your workplace and would like to nominate them to receive a Safety Star Award, print this Form and follow the instructions on how to submit your nomination.

Unsure of the process or want to know what the Safety Star winner receives? View the Safety Star Award Flyer >

See past Safety Star award-winners and other Safety related articles (including free downloadable Toolbox Talks!) here >


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