The 2020 SafeWork NSW Awards set to concentrate on COVID response

COVID safe: Tates Hotel in Windsor practicing COVID guidelines with social distancing stickers on the ground. Picture: Finn Coleman.
COVID safe: Tates Hotel in Windsor practicing COVID guidelines with social distancing stickers on the ground. Picture: Finn Coleman.

This year's SafeWork NSW Awards will concentrate on businesses that best protected it's employees throughout the COVID-19 pandemic said Hawkesbury MP Robyn Preston.

Nominations are now open for the 2020 SafeWork NSW Awards, acknowledging NSW businesses that demonstrate an outstanding approach to work health and safety.

"Nominations for the annual awards are now open and, given this year's unique circumstances, will focus on businesses who have best responded to the significant challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic in the workplace," Ms Preston said.

"I encourage everyone in Hawkesbury to visit the SafeWork website and nominate one of our local businesses for their fantastic efforts over the last few months."

Nominations are open until August 9, with winners announced in October. To nominate, visit www.safework.nsw.gov.au.

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