For more than 22 months, AfriSAFE remains the biggest and largest safety award in Africa
and continues to transcend regular award standards by advocating positive and
progressive development across the entirety of Africa workplace.
AfriSAFE 2020 had Nominations from Eleven (11) African Countries.
As a movement for change, a clarion call for a Safer
Africa; notable professionals/executives, influencers,
public and corporate organizations from several parts
of the world gathered to attend the Zoom Virtual
Event (due to the Coronavirus Pandemic regulations).
Over 50 million people from more than 28 countries of the world were reached.
The event was hosted by TV presenter and a BBC
World Award Winner, Victoria Rubadiri; the host of
East Africa most watched News broadcast.
In a continent like Africa where Health and Safety in private and public sectors is a big challenge to organizations and the economy, the Africa Safety Award for Excellence, AfriSAFE, exists to extol and project the silent but excellent work that Safety practitioners are doing.
AfriSAFE is an Annual Award project that is committed to celebrating the best of Health, Safety and Wellbeing professionals and their achievements in keeping our facilities and lives safe.
Covering all specialties of Health, Safety and Wellbeing practice, AfriSAFE aims to be the biggest unifying industry catalyst in Africa, recognizing exceptional professionalism, rewarding
excellence and raising awareness on prevention of hazards.
To be the leading global brand for the recognition and celebration of excellence in Health, Safety and Wellbeing on the continent of Africa.
Delivering a world-class award platform in Africa that is dedicated to the recognition and celebration of excellence in Health, Safety, Wellbeing and Environment practice, while promoting greater professionalism, expanding Safety awareness and fostering industry cohesion.
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