The inaugural EGYPS HSE Excellence in Energy Award recognises outstanding projects/case studies/strategies in health, safety or environmental protection (including environmental efforts of corporate social responsibility programmes) across all parts of the oil and gas value chain.
The Award is open to NOCs, IOCs, EPC contractors, service providers, OEMs, technology and solution providers, and any other companies, whose HSE initiatives have had a substantial impact in Egypt, North Africa and/or the Mediterranean.
The EGYPS HSE Excellence in Energy Award is led by a high-level Regional Select Jury that will review, grade, and select shortlisted finalists through an unbiased evaluation process.
Regional Select Jury
Submission eligibility criteria
Entries can be submitted by companies active in the oil and gas industry, and having had an HSE footprint in Egypt, Africa and/or the Mediterranean regions
One person or one company are welcome to submit multiple entries, if they have multiple HSE projects
Please do not submit entry for the same project more than once. If an entry is submitted multiple times, the most recent entry will be considered with previous entries being deleted.
If more than one company are working together on the same HSE project, they should decide between themselves who will submit the entry. If multiple entries on the same project from different companies are received, the Jury will decide which entry will remain and which one will be discarded
All entries should be submitted in written English. Any entry submitted in a different language will not be considered
There are no fees to submit entries
Your entries should include the following information:
Explanation of measurable impact
Explanation of implementation
Explanation of innovation
Explanation of why you believe you/your company deserves the Award
In addition, you are welcome to submit the following:
Recommendation letters from business stakeholders, and/or clients supporting the success of the HSE initiative
Publication editorials highlighting the company’s HSE initiatives
Evidence of other industry awards/recognition received, if any
Regional Select Jury evaluation criteria
Measurable impact of an HSE project or strategy on organisational, financial and/or environment level. For example, reduced number of incidents, achieving zero fatality or reduced emissions due to the use of available processes or innovative technology.
Implementation of the project, initiative or strategy. Submissions should demonstrate that delivery of the project/strategy was lean and agile in terms of planning and/or the use of resources and technologies. Outline the scope of work, challenges faced and how they were tackled.
Innovation and originality. Submissions should explain what is new and or/original about their HSE project, for example a technology they used was never used for HSE purposes before or it is the first time this kind of project was implemented in the region/globally etc.
All information submitted as part of the Award submission process will remain confidential, and will only be shared with the Regional Select Jury for the evaluation of entries. Information submitted will not be released to the public.