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Applications open for Augusta Zadow Awards

grants 2.jpgApplications are open for SafeWork SA’s annual Augusta Zadow Awards.

The awards celebrate the achievements of women’s rights advocate Augusta Zadow, and will recognise those having a positive influence in the women’s workforce.

A $20,000 grant is available through the award to develop an initiative that makes a significant contribution to the health and safety of women working in South Australia.

Contributions can be made through research, education or development of a solution to an occupational health and safety issue.

The public is encouraged to submit proposals that will make a positive difference to the health and safety of women at work.

Applications close on Friday June 23rd.

For more information on the award, click here.

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