For the seventh time, SWHAP organized an Achievement Award. In 2014, there were five categories: Most Comprehensive Workplace Programme; Best Progress in Workplace Programming; Most Innovative Intervention; Best Supply Chain Programme and Peer Educator Achievement. The criteria for the awards can be found below. The criteria for the Most Comprehensive Workplace Programme can also be used as a self-assessment tool for workplaces.

Most comprehensive nominees

The Winner and runners-up for the Most Comprehensive Programme 2014. From left, Michael Mwanangombe, Atlas Copco Zambia, Gail Roberts, Scania South Africa, Joseph Ochieng Abodi and Judy Ngima Ndegwa, Tetra Pak Kenya

The winner of the Award for Most Comprehensive Programme 2014 was Scania, South Africa. SODEICO Manpower, DRC won the Award for Best Progress; Ulrich Seats South Africa won the award for Most Innovative Intervention; and Sandvik Zimbabwe won the category for Best Supply Chain Programme. The motivations for the above mentioned awards, can be found below.

The recipients of the Peer Educator Achievement Award for Eastern Africa were:

Kenya: Sammy Mambo, Raffia Bags

Tanzania: Lilian Motto, Bagamoyo EcoEnergy

For Southern Africa:

Zimbabwe: Bongani Chitanga, Revco

Namibia: Diana Davids, Scania Truck Namibia

Zambia: Susan Musonda, Atlas Copco

For South Africa:

David Mandhlasi, Sandvik

Motivations

Motivation for Most Comprehensive Award 2014

Motivation for Best Progress in Workplace Programme 2014

Motivation for Most Innovative Initiative 2014

Motivation for Best Supply Chain Programme 2014

Assessment Forms

2014 Most Comprehensive Workplace Programme form

2014 Best Progress in Workplace Programme form

2014 Most Innovative Initiative

2014 Best Peer Educator