Our awards judges will be looking for evidence of:
-Quality: how has the entrant set about exceeding the typical customer quality expectations through rigour, commitment and innovation in their service delivery?
-Teamwork/leadership: how has the entrant inspired others or shown the skill to work collaboratively with colleagues and different departments to attain outstanding results?
-Safety: how has the nominee proactively sought to address a safety issue that has delivered tangible benefits or promoted a high safety culture?
-Passion: how does the entrant demonstrate an enthusiasm for ground handling and a love of what they do?
The Judging process
The GHI Pride of Handling Awards will be subject to a two-stage judging process when the awards close for entry on 23 August. The first stage will involve an assessment by the expert GHI editorial team. Qualifying entries will then be reviewed by an independent panel of judges comprising expertise in ground handing, airline operations and airports.
The judges will meet at a formal judging day in the autumn to decide the eventual winners.