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Barely a month after opening nominations, AfriSAFE has recorded an impressive over 8,000 nominations from 33 countries worldwide.

The Professional of the Year category leads with 24% of the nominations, followed by Torch Bearers with 18%, Outstanding Woman in Safety with 12%, and CEOs with 11%.

Organizational categories, including Manufacturing, Oil and Gas, Construction, Mining, Telecommunications, and Manufacturing, account for 25% of the nominations, while other categories share the remaining 10%.

In response to the overwhelming response and requests for more time, AfriSAFE has extended the nomination period.

The nomination period, which opened on April 28th, will now continue through June 7.

The extension is a welcome development, as several officials reached out to AfriSAFE, noting that they need more time to get approval from their organizations to participate in the nomination process.

This extension will be the final portal opening, and organizations are encouraged to nominate deserving candidates and entities, who prioritises safety and health in the workplace.

AfriSAFE 2024 promises an unparalleled experience, with a Safety Congress, exhibitions, high powered connections, premium entertainment, and an award dinner scheduled to take place in Livingstone, Zambia.

The event will be both virtual and physical, and all shortlisted nominees will be contacted via AfriSAFE’s email.

It is essential to note that the Afrisafe award is free and strictly on merit.

AfriSAFE 2024: Nomination Deadline Extended
AfriSAFE 2024: Nomination Deadline Extended

AfriSAFE is glad to announce new sponsors, including Liquid Telecom and BCK Investment. Liquid Telecom, a leading communications solutions provider across 13 countries primarily in Eastern, Central, and Southern Africa, and BCK Investment, an industry leader in Civil Engineering, Road Construction, and Rehabilitation works.

Our other key sponsors include: Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) ‘the Chartered body and largest membership organisation for health and safety professionals’.
Golden Africa Djibouti, Hybrid DGM group,
SMTS Zambia, Flocrunch and Joint Professionals Training And Support International (JPTS)/ Global Wealth University.

Other technical partners and supporting organisations include; Lifeline Wellness Connect, Lagos State Safety Commission,
American Society of Safety Professionals Nigerian Chapter (ASSP), Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPON).

AfriSAFE 2024: Nomination Deadline Extended

Also; Zambia Occupational Health and Safety Association (ZOHSA), Workplace Safety Professional Association of Kenya, South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Saiosh), Global EHS Professionals; HSEQ Professionals without Boarders; Safety Advocates and Empowerment Foundation among others.

To nominate deserving candidates and organizations for AfriSAFE 2024, please visit:

The program will hold in two venues: the Radisson Blu Resort in Livingstone, Zambia, and the Avani Victoria Falls Resort, also in Livingstone, Zambia.

Nominees and organizations participating in AfriSAFE 2024 can expect a stimulating environment conducive to networking and collaboration, set amidst Zambia’s tourist-friendly facilities. The event is endorsed by various organizations, including the Ministry of Tourism, Labour and Social Security of Zambia.

In five years, AFRISAFE has reached over 500 million people, and it intends to break that record this year. The organization is dedicated to advancing safety and health initiatives across Africa and celebrating creativity and excellence in these fields.

AfriSAFE is a leading platform dedicated to advancing safety and health initiatives across the African continent. Through collaborative efforts with governments, organizations, and individuals, Afrisafe strives to create safer and healthier environments for all Africans.

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