We’re with you every step of the way!

Whether you’re a returning entrant, or brand new to the RoSPA Health & Safety Awards, going through the entry process can seem a little daunting… but don’t panic! We have a highly dedicated team at RoSPA to help.

We caught up with two members of the RoSPA team, Dr Karen McDonnell and Matt Cryer, to find out how they can help entrants on their awards journey.


Dr Karen McDonnell, CFIOSH, Chartered FCIPD

OHS Policy Adviser, Head of RoSPA Scotland, Past President IOSH
As a highly motivated advocate for safety and health, Karen is skilled in partnership working, with a track record of working with and through key stakeholders across the UK’s health and safety network. Karen has a broad range of strategic and operational experience gained over 25 years whilst working for RoSPA. Karen can help award entrants in a number of ways…

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Matt Cryer, TechIOSH

Awards Standards Manager
Matt is the Award Standards Manager for RoSPA’s Health and Safety Awards scheme, responsible for developing and overseeing the assessment process, judging panels and question sets. During Matt’s time at RoSPA he has gained the NEBOSH General Certificate and TechIOSH status. With his wealth of awards experience, Matt can assist award entrants from the start, right through to the end of your awards journey…

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As well as support from our team, we also offer a Free Mentoring Scheme, where we put you in touch with an experienced, high achieving award winner, to help you maximise your entry.

January is all about setting goals and planning for the year ahead. With the next RoSPA Awards deadline a mere four months away (April 30 to be precise), we’re asking organisations across the globe; could you become a #rospawinner?

Find out how to get involved by visiting www.rospa.com/awards before April 30 to be part of the 2020 Awards.

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