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Sustainability Leaders Awards 2012


much of 2012 leading the group work on water policy, developing tools and methodologies to gauge usage and waste across several operational sites. Part of this project involved a pioneering and highly successful pilot study which led to the uptake and roll out of Lorna’s evaluations across all UK priority sites. The success of the pilot led to Lorna being asked to present her work and lead a practitioner workshop at Saint- Gobain’s


international Global Safety,


Health, Environment and Risk Forum in Germany. A further opportunity to establish her methodologies as best prac- tice came at the company’s 2012 UK, Ireland and South Africa EHS Forum where Lorna presented the work to other brands and businesses that operate under the Saint-Gobain name. Lorna’s nominator said, “Lorna per- sonifies the type of young people we need to encourage into the organisation. Lorna’s professionalism in her conduct and in the way she communicates with her colleagues at all levels of the business bring a level of respect and credibility both to her personally and the subject area, allowing both her and ourselves to make real progress against our environ- mental targets.”– Allen Gorringe, Head of Environment, Saint-Gobain. Lucy Barrett and Hayley Jewitt were both names as runnersup in this category. The IEMA Graduate award is support- ed by Land Securities, who also provide the prize fund of £500 each for two run- ners up and £1,000 for the winner.


JUDGES COMMENTS: Lorna’s nomination and supporting evidence clearly demonstrates not only her passion for the environment, but also her professionalism and ability to innovate and lead projects. Her range of skills is impressive, enabling her company to achieve their targets and by working at a strategic level she has effectively engaged colleagues and stakeholders to make change happen


FINALISTS


Agnieszka Chuchla Hayley Jewitt Joseph Clark Lucy Barrett


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