The Building Service Contractors Association of Victoria is again conducting its annual Australian Super Service Industry Awards, with the presentation event to be held 6 December at Melbourne’s Crown Casino. This year a facilities management category has been added, which will allow contractors to nominate their clients for the Site Management Excellence Awards.
“The BSCAA has put in place a process to recognise the achievement of individual excellence through The Industry Excellence Awards for members and their staff,” stated BSCAA Victoria executive director John Clohessy.
“The awards provide businesses big and small in the building services industry with the opportunity to recognise the commitment and dedication of their employees.”
The individual awards provide opportunities for recognition of excellence in various categories in various services including cleaning, security, carpet maintenance, waste management, property services and supplier innovation and service excellence.
The company excellence awards recognise company management excellence. Companies can nominate to be assessed for their operational excellence.
The career path leadership award means companies can recognise the leadership efforts of managers on their team by nominating them for the Manager of the Year award. The winner receives a trophy plus an overseas travel prize to attend the World Federation of Building Services Contractors Congress in the US.
Nominations are open to all contractors, suppliers and service company members of BSCAA and those organisations not yet members. Nomination forms are available on the BSCAA Victoria events website – www.bscaavic.com.au/events
Grand Final lunch
The BSCAA Victoria is holding its annual Grand Final Lunch Forum on 26 September at the Melbourne Cricket Club. Sponsored by Central Cleaning Supplies, the lunch will feature guest speaker AFL ‘legend’ Tommy Hafey.
There will also be presentations including updates on superannuation from AustralianSuper and a briefing on CleanStart developments by BSCAA Victoria president George Stamas.