The British Safety Council’s 2016 Sword and Globe of Honour Luncheon was held on Friday 25 November 2016 at Drapers Hall, a historic City of London venue. The British Safety Council Sword and Globe of Honour awards represent the pinnacle of achievement in the world of health, safety and environmental management. Each year, business sites that have achieved a five star result following one of our Five Star Audits are invited to apply for this prestigious award.
The 2016 Sword of Honour and Globe of Honour trophies were presented to the winners at the ceremony. Winners enjoyed a drinks reception and celebratory fine dining experience in the City of London at Drapers' Hall. View photos and a video from the 2016 Sword and Globe of Honour Luncheon.
The Sword of Honour trophy is a hand-crafted stainless steel ceremonial sword specially created for award winners. Each sword is engraved with the year it is presented. Award-winning organisations can order their sword by completing and returning this form. The Globe of Honour trophy is a hand-crafted, glass globe specially created for award winners. Each globe is engraved with the year it is presented. Award-winning organisations can order their globe by completing and returning this form.
The benefits for those attending the luncheon include:
- Public recognition of your achievement amongst peers
- An official presentation photograph receiving your trophy
- The opportunity to celebrate and reward staff for their achievement
- A networking opportunity with other health and safety and environmental management professionals
- Brand exposure and publicity through media coverage of the event
- A post luncheon press release template to publicise your achievement
- A fine dining experience in five star surroundings.
Find out more about the Sword and Globe of Honour application process.
"The luncheon event was splendid. It was a wonderful reward for our team of eight who attended the event. It was also a good opportunity to meet other companies who are as committed to Health and Safety."
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