ADISA Certified Members Awards

As part of the ADISA Conference 2018, we are delighted to launch the inaugural “ADISA Member Awards”. These are formal awards made to companies and individuals which reflect their achievement against a number of categories. 

Nominations for these awards can be made by the company themselves, employees or their customers using the forms below. Decisions will be made by the ADISA Conference Committee with the awards being presented during the ADISA Members meeting on Day 2.

2018 CATEGORIES

ADISA AWARD FOR BEST ITAD 2018

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Awarded by ADISA to the member who has excelled throughout the year. Each member will be scored in the following areas:

  • Preparation for and approach to Audit. (Out of 5)
  • Performance against the ADISA Standard both at full and unannounced audit. (Out of 10)
  • Accuracy and timely submission of evidence. (Out of 4)
  • Creative and challenging interaction with ADISA during course of year. (Out of 3)

ADISA AWARD FOR INDUSTRY INNOVATION

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Awarded to the company who has delivered or created great innovation in the year.

Nomination must include details of the innovation (although specifics will not be shared outside of the ADISA Conference Committee), the benefit that this innovation has brought to the market. Examples of innovation might be the development of a new data sanitisation process or a customer log in portal. It is anything which has added value to the service delivery and / or customer service.

ADISA AWARD FOR BEST ITAD PROJECT

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Awarded to the company nominated by their customer for delivery of a specific project.

Nomination must include details of the project (although specifics will not be shared outside of the ADISA Conference Committee), the challenges which were faced and overcome and the customer feedback on the project as a whole.

ADISA AWARD FOR LONG STANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE ITAD INDUSTRY

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Awarded to an individual nominated by their employer, their colleagues, a customer or by the ADISA Conference Committee. Nominees should be made for outstanding contribution to the sector over a period of years.

Examples of nomination criteria

  • Industry leading knowledge and expertise.
  • Professional and ethical disposition.
  • Respected reputation across industry.
  • Open, honest, and forthright in views about the industry.
  • Challenging and disruptive to industry norms.

ADISA AWARD FOR ITAD EMPLOYEE

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Awarded to an individual who has been nominated by their company for outstanding work. This could be based on longevity of employment, an outstanding act or general positive commitment to the work place. The nomination will be expected to explain reason for the individual being selected without providing any personal information about the nominee.