Categories and Shortlisted Nominees for CIEH Excellence Awards

 

CIEH is delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2017 CIEH Excellence Awards.

Entries showcased the breadth of work carried out by environmental health professionals and services across all employment sectors in the UK and overseas. Judges gave specific consideration to the entries which included: 

  • Improvement to public health and wellbeing
  • Reduction in health inequality
  • Improvements to public protection
  • Promotion of sustainability 

The entries chosen to be on the shortlists represent the best examples seen by the judges of what can be achieved in the field of environmental health.

 
▼ Best Environmental Health Project 

A project or campaign that has had an impact or outcome of improving health, wellbeing and environment. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Environmental Health Northern Ireland (EHNI) - It Only Takes Seconds.
  • Flintshire Environmental Health and North Wales Energy Advice Centre - Tackling fuel poverty and reducing avoidable health inequality in the private rented sector.
  • Fylde Council - Disabled Facility Grant Performance Project.
  • Medway Council - Community Wardens Project.
  • Newcastle City Council - Safer Partying.
  • Wirral Council - Reducing the Strength and Custodians.
 
▼ Best Innovative Environmental Health Solution 

Innovative examples of good practice, challenging assumptions and professional boundaries to achieve effective environmental health outcomes. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Homestamp Ltd - Check Before You Rent App.
  • Matt Clark and local community - Community lead actions for integrated long term solutions.
  • Noise & Nuisance Team of The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea - Code of Construction Practice: Minimising the Impact of Noise, Vibration and Dust.
  • Plymouth City Council - Plymouth City Council and Digital Plymouth bridge the public/private divide.
  • Wiltshire Council, Care Choice and Selwood Housing - An innovative solution to a mental capacity noise problem.
  • Wirral Council - Reducing the Strength and Custodians.
 
▼ Outstanding Environmental Health Professional 

An individual who has delivered a significant improvement to health, wellbeing and environment. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Becky Cheung of Best Key Consultants.
  • Natalie Barrow of Cannock Chase Council.
  • Wayne Blything of Kick4Life.
  • Haridas S Nair of Nael General Contracting LLC.
  • Samantha Delamore of Novus Leisure.
  • Dr Andrew Mathieson of Victoria University.
 
▼ Outstanding Environmental Health Team 

A team that has delivered a significant improvement to health, wellbeing and environment. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Chiltern DC, Aylesbury DC, LB Camden - HS2Lanc 
  • Chiltern District Council and South Bucks District Council.
  • Headquarters Regional Command Environmental Health Team, British Army.
  • Joint Services Health Unit (Cyprus), HM Forces.
  • Mid Kent Environmental Health Service.
  • Worcestershire Regulatory Services, comprising the Community Environmental Health Division and the Technical Services Division.
 
▼ Outstanding Military Environmental Health Professional 

An individual Military Environmental Health Professional who has delivered a significant improvement to health, wellbeing and environment. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Captain David Seal RAMC of the British Army.
  • Hannah McMorran of the Royal Navy.
 
▼ Environmental Hero (Air Quality) 

An individual or organisation that has benefitted their communities or environment significantly in the area of Air Quality. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Stephen Moore of Cannock Chase District Council.
  • Air Quality Team of City of London Corporation.
  • Stuart Steed of Medway Council.
  • Amanda Berry of Thanet District Council.
  • Chris Poole of Worcestershire Regulatory Services.
 
▼ Rising Environmental Health Star 

An individual who is a student or in the first three years of their professional career who demonstrates initiative and inspirational qualities in the field of environmental health. The shortlisted award nominees are:
 

  • Alaa Fadlallah of the University of Birmingham.
  • Jiani Ma of the University of Birmingham.
  • David Lea of Weston College.
 
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