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The Australasian Rail Industry Awards Gala Dinner celebrated the outstanding achievements and innovations within the industry, with over 500 representatives attending.
The sold-out dinner acknowledged the contributions of the thirteen category winners. The award categories and winners were:
Australasian Railway Association (ARA) Chief Executive Officer, Danny Broad, congratulated the winners for their outstanding achievements and contributions to the rail industry.
“It was exceptional to see so many talented individuals and committed companies within the rail sector awarded for their excellence, passion and dedication,” Mr Broad said.
“With over 120 nominations for the thirteen award categories, we had a high quality field.”
“I particularly want to pay tribute to Denise Sclater from NSW Trainlink, for her Career Achievement Award. As the first female train driver in NSW, Denise paved the way for many more to follow.
“Through hard work, determination and diligence, she has won the respect of her colleagues and forged a route for others to follow.”
Proceeds from the Australasian Rail Industry Awards will go towards the TrackSAFE Foundation, a registered harm prevention charity that endeavours to reduce near collision, injuries and fatalities on the rail network resulting from suicide, reckless behaviour and human error.
This article first appeared on infrastructuremagazine.com.au
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