The Excellence in Personal Injury and Disability Management Awards celebrate and showcase the outstanding achievements of our industry.
The 2021 event was held as a Virtual Awards Event on the 28th of September, 2021.
Our Master of Ceremony, Dr Catherine Ball hosted the event with the Honourable Grace Grace, Queensland Minister for Education, Minister for Industrial Relations and Minister for Racing as our Guest of Honour.
Congratulations to our award winners and finalists! This year we received in excess of 130 nominations with 34 finalists across nine award categories further emphasising the great achievement of all of our winners and finalists.
See below to view the complete list of award finalists and winners. If you registered for the awards night you can watch the full replay of the awards night until November 28 via the Attendee Hub.
Since 2008, PIEF has hosted the Excellence in Personal Injury and Disability Management Awards to celebrate and showcase the outstanding achievements of our industry.
They are designed to:
• Provide a benchmark for best practice within the industry
• Encourage the continual raising of standards, leading to a better experience for those impacted by personal injury / disability
• Reinforce the value of and inspire confidence in the personal injury and disability management industry
• Publicly recognise and reward excellence and to promote a platform of celebration for the industry
In 2021 we have introduced a new award category, Mental Health Initiative Award. This award acknowledges those individuals or teams who have successfully implemented initiatives to support and build psychologically safe and healthy workplaces.
The Student Award has been expanded to include an Education Program Award. As there will be one award for this category, nominators may select either option of Student or Education Program Award to submit a nomination.
We recognise that achieving health and wellbeing outcomes focussed on return to work, community, for people with an injury or disability, are a result of efforts at an individual, team and organisational level and so we will be accepting nominations from individuals or teams for all awards.
All nominations may also be considered for the Outstanding Contribution by an Individual or Team Award (additional criteria may apply).
The prize for each award (except the Outstanding Contribution by an Individual or Team Award) is $2,000. The prize for the winner of the Outstanding Contribution by an Individual or Team Award is $12,000 and may be used as a contribution towards a PIEF approved Australian or International study tour, project or initiative.
Download the info pack below for full details and criteria information.
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