The Business Continuity Institute presents its Australasia Awards

Published: Monday, 12 September 2016 06:40

The 2016 BCI Australasian Awards were held on the 8th September at a formal dinner at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. The annual awards recognise the individuals and organizations who have excelled in business continuity and resilience activities.

The winners of the 2016 BCI Australasian Awards were:

Continuity and Resilience Consultant
Paul Trebilcock FBCI, Director at JBT Global

Continuity and Resilience Professional Private Sector
Wasim Malik AFBCI, DR/BCP Specialist at Bravura Solutions

Continuity and Resilience Professional Public Sector
Roger King MBCI, IT SCM Consultant at TasNetworks

Continuity and Resilience Newcomer
Tammie Horton AMBCI, Business Continuity Manager at Shared Services Centre

Continuity and Resilience Team
NBN Business Continuity and Resilience Team

Continuity and Resilience Provider (Service/Product)
Avalias Avalanche TTX

Continuity and Resilience Innovation
Westpac Group Protective Services Education & Awareness Team

Most Effective Recovery
The Australian Taxation Office

Industry Personality
David Tickner FBCI, Independent Business Continuity Consultant and Strategist

"With an amazing field of nominees, there were some absolutely standout winners" said Howard Kenny FBCI, Chairman of the Australasian Chapter of the BCI. "From new products, corporate innovation and industry newcomers to a smattering of established stalwarts and personalities that have been around forever, the Australasian Awards 2016 was a clear indication of the strength and health of the profession in the region."

The BCI Australasian Awards are one of seven regional awards hosted by the BCI, which culminate in the annual Global Awards held in November during the Institute’s annual conference in London, England. All winners of a BCI Regional Award are automatically entered into the Global Awards.