Risk Management Awards 2016: The winners!

The winners of this year’s Risk Management Awards were announced last night at a Gala Dinner hosted by comedian Mark Watson at the Millennium Hotel in London's Mayfair. With two awards each, the big winners were Scottish Water, Transport for London and the Post Office.

Congratulations to everyone shortlisted, and particularly to...

Risk Manager of the Year
WINNER: Helen Hunter-Jones, Network Rail

Risk Management Team of the Year
WINNER: Skanska

Cyber Security Initiative of the Year
WINNER: Scottish Water

Operational Risk Initiative of the Year - sponsored by IOR
WINNER: Scottish Water

Risk Management Programme of the Year
WINNER: Transport for London (Rolling Stock Renewals)

Major Capital Projects Award
WINNER: Arup with London Underground

Public Sector Risk Management Award
WINNER: Transport for London

Newcomer of the Year
WINNER: Richard Bendall-Jones, Network Rail

ERM Strategy of the Year
WINNER: Argo Group
Highly commended: Transport for London

GRC Risk Reporting, Controls and Assurance Programme of the Year
WINNER: The Church of Scotland

International Risk Management Award
WINNER: DLA Piper

User Implementation Award
WINNER: DHL and Origami Risk

Public Safety Award
WINNER: Post Office Limited - Protection of Vulnerable & Elderly Customers Programme

Risk Management Product of the Year
WINNER: HawkSight Security Risk Management Ltd

Operational Risk Technology of the Year
WINNER: Quantifi

Risk Management Specialist Company of the Year
WINNER: Arup

Cyber Security Product
WINNER: Titania
Highly commended: Schillings

Best Use of Technology in Risk Management
WINNER: Telogis

Risk Management Innovation of the Year
WINNER: Zurich

Consumer Risk Award
WINNER: Post Office Limited - Protection of Vulnerable & Elderly Customers Programme

Environmental Risk Initiative of the Year
WINNER: Datatecnics

A full review will be published in the January issue of CIR.

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