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Materials to substantiate the award entry such as letters, guest comment cards, news clippings, etc. plus how they have dedicated the last year to continuing their industry education Our General Manager received a letter from a guest who.

INTRODUCTION: The Safety Management Professional of the Year Award recognizes an individual who has excelled in their role as a safety manager. The Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) administers the award.

The awardee will be presented with a commemorative plaque, electronic device for streamlining their professional life, and will have their travel expenses to the award ceremony subsidized. The award will be presented in conjunction with the National Safety Council Congress and Exposition in the Fall.


  1. Possesses a current ASHM, CSMP or CSHM certification
  2. Currently works in safety or a safety related field
  3. Has demonstrated exemplary performance above and beyond the scope of assigned responsibilities in ONE of the following areas:

(a) Brought about significant positive change in safety by developing or utilizing company safety practices, policies and procedures

(b) Demonstrated innovation and proactive leadership utilizing highly effective practices to inspire and lead others to practice safe work habits

(c) Appreciated substantial cost-effectiveness through improvements to environmental safety and health policies, practices and/or programs that result in a safer workplace while supporting lean and green initiatives.

(d) Building relationships/partnerships with others in the profession and/or community


  1. A principal nominator and two (2) endorsements are required for each nomination submitted for consideration. Self-nominations are acceptable.
  2. An individual may serve as a principal nominator for only one nominee; a principal nominator may endorse other nominees.
  3. Nominations must include a supporting narrative that provides a detailed description for each point in the selected area.
  4. Narrative statements exceeding two pages will not be considered

DEADLINE: Submissions or supporting documents will NOT be accepted after June 30.


Due June 30

These testimonial letters are an integral part of the nomination process, since they Remember that nominations are accepted all year, so if you miss the current.

Staff Community Service Award

manager of the year nomination letter

How to write a nomination

Top tips for a successful nomination

  • Give yourself enough time to write the nomination - don't leave it to the last minute.
  • Choose the most appropriate category for your nomination - read the award descriptions carefully before selecting the category for your nomination.
  • State clearly - at the beginning or your nomination - why you think your nominee deserves to win. You can reiterate this at the end of your nomination as well.
  • Back up your reasons with examples and evidence of why your nominee deserves to win.
  • Submit your nomination to just one category - putting the same nomination into multiple categories will not improve your nominees' chances of winning a prize.
  • Get your nomination in on time!

Nominating yourself or canvassing support amongst your colleagues and friends is against both the rules and the spirit of these awards.

Make your nomination count

To give your chosen candidate the best chance of winning a Vice-Chancellor’s Award, think about what you want to say when you write your nomination. Remember to outline the reason for your nomination, what your candidate has achieved and why you think this person should win.

Here are a few examples* of nominations that have been submitted in the past:

  • Example 1

    Adam is an outstanding lecturer whose unique style and enthusiasm make every lesson enjoyable, engaging and fun – while still challenging his students. His lectures mix informality with a real professionalism, encouraging students to ask questions and become immersed in their subject.

    Regardless of the subject of his lecture, Adam always has fun and innovate ways of demonstrating concepts and observations meaning students can experience things first hand. This practical approach lets them apply complex theories, developing a lasting understanding of what they’ve learnt.

    Adam leaves a lasting impression on every student he meets, whether they’ve been taught by him or not. He really is an extraordinary, kind and caring man.

  • Example 2

    Clare and Richard have been amazing in helping not only me, but other students through the development programme, generously sharing their time, knowledge and experience. They work full-time for the University alongside their postgraduate studies but still find the time and energy to mentor me. Together they have really helped me grow in confidence which, in turn, has made me realise my own potential.

    Their tireless commitment and support has inspired and motivated many other students, allowing us to strengthen study skills and overcome any personal barriers that we are faced with. I honestly feel I couldn’t have achieved the grades I did without their fantastic support, and can’t thank them both enough for guiding me through my studies.

  • Example 3

    This team has pioneered technologies based on interdisciplinary and collaborative research with a diverse range of business and research partners. Their ground-breaking work spans multiple areas within their field and is seeing commissions coming in from all over the world.

    Academic and governmental organisations from the UK, USA, Europe and Japan are asking the Group to develop advanced instruments, and its international research reputation is incredibly strong. This growing commercial licensing of the Group’s outputs, both at home and overseas, really is an exemplar for our business-facing university.

  • Example 4

    Racheal is an inspirational manager who’s created an environment in which her team can really thrive. She believes in chances for everyone and gives people the space, support and encouragement to aim high.

    Her energy and commitment make her a role model for hard work and self-motivation. She’s focused on ensuring her team provide the best possible service to the University, but approaches this with a leadership style based on collaboration, trust, flexibility and humour. No matter how busy she is, she’ll always take time to support anyone who needs help.

  • Example 5

    Jane is described as an outstanding teacher and educator. She has made, and continues to make, a rich contribution to the educational experience of our students. Her commitment to cross-faculty work and the creation of a project involving students and staff has been one of the many successful and unique ideas she had introduced.

    In this innovative, collaborative project students were employed as researchers. Under Jane’s guidance they conducted primary research on issues related to learning and teaching and feedback. They then worked with staff to resolve them. The project was described as “a model of how staff and students can work together within higher education, simultaneously breaking down barriers to learning while giving students the opportunity to develop significant research, life and employability skills.

    A second year student was quoted as saying: "Jane made it easy for us to work together. She is energetic, kind and friendly. She broke down the barrier from the very beginning - that was the main thing that allowed us all to work together."

* Examples are adapted from actual nominations. All names have been changed for the purpose of providing examples.

Nominations are now closed.

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How to Write a Compelling Nomination

manager of the year nomination letter

Being asked to write a nomination letter is an honor. Someone thinks your opinion is valuable. Of course, before you make a recommendation, you need to ensure you truly believe this person is deserving of the award since you’re putting your name behind the recommendation. Chances are if you’re being asked, though, the person is fairly sure you’ll have good things to say, which means the next step is to write a letter that gets results. This is fairly simple, just requiring a little honesty about your relationship to this person and why you think he’s deserving of the award.

Before You Write an Award Recommendation Letter

Before you write the first word, put some time into getting the background on the award and the candidate. Try to research the history of the award. What type of people generally win? If there’s a published list of criteria, review it and note areas that fit your nominee. Take a look at the list of past recipients and look for qualities you may be able to highlight when you write your own letter.

How to Start Your Letter

Once you have that information, start your letter. In your introduction, tell a little about yourself and how you know the person you’re recommending. From there, you can segue into describing all of the reasons the nominee deserves the award, pulling in as many facts as you can. In addition to facts and figures about the ways the nominee has helped others or furthered organizations, mention personality characteristics that make her deserving, including her passion for helping others or her lifelong commitment to her chosen profession.

Reasons to Nominate Someone for an Award

Over the course of your career, you’ll make plenty of friends and associates. The person who worked for you or served as your boss in your first job could contact you down the line to ask for a recommendation. This long-term networking can pay off should you ever need a favor in return. By following through, you’ll strengthen those professional relationships, which can only pay off for your own career. Perhaps the best reason to nominate someone is that you’re likely giving someone who deserves it a boost. If this person works in your own industry, this benefits that industry as a whole, which will help you in the long run. If you’re recommending a former student or friend who isn’t connected directly to the work you do, you’re still ensuring a deserving person is acknowledged for his hard work, and this always sets a good example for others.

Example Nomination Letter

I'm honored to nominate Sarah Brown for the Manager of the Year Award. I've worked with Sarah for twelve years, and have always found her to be efficient, great with customer service and a positive asset in employee relations. Her recent success in training at-risk youth is just one example of the great work she's done for this company.

Sarah is a true team player, as evidenced by the fact that she's trained more employees who have gone on to our management team than anyone else. She's had the highest retention rate in her division for five years running, out of the entire Northwest sector. Her people respect Sarah's leadership and show it by producing higher quotas than 79 percent of the rest of the company. I couldn't think of another person more deserving of this award than Sarah Brown, which is why I'm pleased to nominate her for Manager of the Year.

Writing an award nomination is quite the tricky task. Home - Awards Management - How to Write an Award Nomination The first thing that is necessary before writing an award nomination letter or speech, is to understand.

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 Wyoming APCO NENA Chapter

2019 Communications Supervisor/Director/Manager of the Year Nomination

2019 Supervisor Director of the Year
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Line Supervisor Nomination Guidelines                        
This award recognizes the individual directly responsible for the daily shift operations of the communications center.  The nominee must:

·         Demonstrate the highest level of commitment to the employee’s on their shift

·         Exhibits integrity, fairness, and strong leadership skills

·         Coach and encourage the strengths and skills to assist in achieving each employee’s personal best

·         Enhance the operation and morale of the center

·         Maintain a positive rapport with all aspects of the Public Safety Community

·         Demonstrates adaptability while maintaining control in critical incidents

·         Lead by example and demonstrated the ability to operate as a team leader

Director/Manager Nomination Guidelines  

Award recognizes the individual responsible for the overall operations of the communications center.  The nominee must:

·         Serve as a role model and display a positive attitude

·         Demonstrate the highest level of commitment to the center’s staff and their professional career development

·         Accept constructive criticism and exercise fairness

·         Exemplify leadership, integrity, and vision

·         Utilizes initiative, creative thinking, and is a team player

·         Gain an appreciation for the operational function of the center

·         Maintains a good working relationship with all aspects of the Public Safety Community

·         Be a good “listener” and solicits input from all levels of the organization

·         Be willing to learn new technologies and enhance overall knowledge of the profession

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These testimonial letters are an integral part of the nomination process, since they Remember that nominations are accepted all year, so if you miss the current.

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