The award in the Health & Wellbeing category went to Ronny Lardner, Director of the Centre V for ‘Unlock Safety Culture Excellence – Our behavior is key . This project consists of three international companies – Wood Group, GlaxoSmithKline and Woodside Energy – from linked projects to strengthen their existing safety culture, increasing the risk of accidents at these unique project developed and deployed a simple, user friendly way. First that good safety performance depends secure style of thinking and behavior at all levels of the organization. The method integrates existing external knowledge with company-specific examples.

A special Lifetime Achievement Award up to up a long-term contribution to the Occupational Psychology practice set went to Professor Chris Brotherton, whose long and distinguished career culminated in a decade to 2007 as a professor of applied psychology at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. Professor Brotherton was also Head of the Faculty of Psychology and Management from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and oversees the delivery of psychology courses offered by more than 500 companies. Until his retirement last year, he was a visiting professor of psychology at the Tianjin University of Commerce in China.

Avecia Biologics has innovative of innovative bioprocesses for 30 years and specialized in of GMP material to the clinical development over 10 years. With its headquarters in North East of England, Avecia is working one of the greatest of Europe cGMP the Treaty production plants and process development group on microbial protein biologics and offers flexible capacitance from 100L – 5000L all phases product pipeline. Steve Bagshaw, president available from Avecia Biologics said: ‘We take great pride in reaching this key milestone of development of the company The time indeed confirmed in the top flight which Sub manufacturer for the Microbial Biopharmaceuticals and we look forward to the establish continued cooperation of success of with customers and partners.’.