2018 Innovation Award Winners

Once again employees whose Innovations have delivered improvements to Tomago’s business operations were recognised and rewarded on Friday at the 5th annual Innovation Awards presentation in the Starlight room at Wests, New Lambton. 

In all, a total of 302 employees were nominated, either for an Individual category or as part of a team.

In previous years, the overall winner has been an individual, however this year it was the Pacman Waste Team that were the overall winners on the night, receiving a Trophy each, a Team plaque and they will also receive an exclusive Team event as their reward.

Our individual category winners also received a Trophy and a $2,500 Travel voucher and Team category winners will also be rewarded with a team event. 

Congratulations to all our winners:
The Pacman Waste Recovery Team (pictured above)

Overall Winners/Team of the Year Wade Foster, Shane Filip, Darren Godwin, Dallas Isaac, Sam Ryan-Allen, John Thorne, Mat Dunning, Josh Albers, Chad Gallagher, Darryl Frew, Jason Giddins, Tony Camps, Peter Mexon, Aaron Mexon, Aiden Pont, Ken Stock, Katrina Whiteley, Mal Muddle, Ben Heil, Lauren Smyth & Danny Oakley.

Excellence in Cost & Waste Reduction Category
Individual Winner - Troy Martin
Team Winners - The Boiler Maker Team - John Fraser, Johan Kruger, Simon Gayner, Mal Muddle, Alex Deacon & John Neil.

Innovation in Health, Safety and Environment
Individual Winner - Justin Hine
Team Winners - Mates Looking After Mates Team – Trish Rapley, Steve Blundell, Scott Fauchon, Neil Lindus, Craig Broadbent, Brad Mace, Nick Landrigan & Greg McLoughney, Nat Godwin, Dan Lines, Craig Rogers, Neil Morgan & Phil Carpenter.

Innovation in Process Stability & Quality
Individual Winner - Darryl Frew
Team Winners - Auto Anode Gauge Change Team – Shane McDonald, Trevor Beverley, Jerry Tawalo, Mick Jackson, Ben Henshaw, Keiran Twiss.

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