SARNZ Conference and Trade Show 2024

Energy events centre | 28th - 30th August

Job of the Year

Awards

There are six categories:

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Stand-alone residential home

Job of the Year

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Industrial

(Subcategories):

$0 - $50k

$50 - $200k

$200k +

Job of the Year

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Enclosed Scaffold

(Could be Shrinkwrap, Kedar or other product)

Job of the Year

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Rigging

Job of the Year

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Commercial

(Subcategories):

$0 - $50k

$50 - $200k

$200k +

Job of the Year

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Industrial Rope Access

Job of the Year

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Overall

Job of the Year

* SARNZ reserves the right to recategorise entries based on entries received.


*Entries will be judged by a panel of independent judges representing Scaffolding, Access and Rigging and appointed by the SARNZ Board.

Nominations close on 28th June

This is your opportunity to showcase exceptional workmanship, innovation, and safety practices within our industry. Whether it's a challenging construction project, a creative access solution, or a rigging masterpiece, we want to hear about it.


Don't miss your chance to shine the spotlight on your team's achievements. Nominate your project today by completing the nomination form.


Let's celebrate excellence together - nominate your project for the SARNZ Job of the Year Awards today!

Winners will be announced at the SARNZ 30th Anniversary Conference and Trade Show in August.

Finalist interviews (if needed) will be conducted in July

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Training company

of the Year 2024

Training Company

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About the award

At SARNZ (Scaffolding, Access, and Rigging NZ), we aim to recognise the exemplary efforts and contributions of training companies that have demonstrated outstanding dedication to the development and advancement of professionals in the scaffolding, access, and rigging industry.


The Training Company of the Year award celebrates organisations that exhibit excellence in their training programs, curriculum development, innovation, and commitment to safety standards.

We are looking for a company that not only delivers high-quality training but also fosters a culture of continuous improvement, safety consciousness, and industry leadership.


The recipient of this award will serve as a shining example of excellence and inspire others in the industry to strive for greatness.

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Trainee

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Trainee of the Year

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About the award

The Trainee of the Year Award recognises individuals who have shown exceptional dedication, skill, and professionalism in their pursuit of excellence in the field of scaffolding, access, and rigging. We are seeking nominees who have demonstrated outstanding performance in their training programs, displayed a strong commitment to safety practices, exhibited exemplary technical proficiency, and shown leadership potential within their teams or organisations.

The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of going above and beyond expectations, continuously seeking opportunities for growth and development, and serving as an inspiration to their peers. The Trainee of the Year recipient will embody the highest standards of professionalism and serve as a role model for future generations of industry professionals.

Meet the judges

Industry expert

coming soon

Engineering expert

Susan Temple

Susan is a Chartered Professional Engineer with 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, primarily as a Temporary Works Engineer for two of NZs largest commercial contractors.


She has also been the Project Manager and Pre-Construction Engineer for multiple large and complex projects and is the Vice Chair of the Temporary Works Forum. She is currently the Lead Engineer for Temporary Works Consulting Ltd (TWC) and is responsible for designing and reviewing scaffolding structures across NZ.


Independant expert

Simon Boyes

Simon is the MD of Benchmark Scaffolding and the Founder of ScaffPlan.


He has built his career in the scaffolding industry from the ground up (literally).


Simon started working as a labourer in the scaffold yard and has worked his way through every position possible inside a scaffolding business. He has run crews of many hundred staff and managed projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars.


Simon is now the Managing Director of Benchmark Scaffolding and the Founder of ScaffPlan. He is passionate about finding simple solutions to solve complex scaffolding projects.

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