News & Insights | PSW wins Lion’s Supplier of the Year award

PSW wins Lion’s Supplier of the Year award

9 May 2018

David Hele, Executive General Manager, accepting the award on behalf of Programmed from Lion CEO, Stuart Irvine (Photo Credit – Dominic Loneragan)

Programmed Skilled Workforce has won ‘Supplier of the Year’ award at Lion’s annual Supplier Recognition Awards.

The Lion Group hold the awards annually to recognise the standout efforts of its suppliers. There were three award categories on the night – Packaging, Ingredients and Services. There was also an overall ‘Supplier of the Year’ award.

We won ‘Supplier of the Year’ for our commitment to delivering innovation, the strength of our relationship and overall value creation. We were also nominated in the Services category.

PSW has been working with Lion for over 15 years. In this time, we have provided them with skilled and safe workers to their sites across the country.

Staffing CEO Nic Fairbank said:

‘Our team should feel very proud to have received this prestigious award from Lion. It recognises our quality service, relentless customer focus, and our team members’ efforts right across this important relationship.’

Regional General Manager David Hele said ‘It was an honour to accept this award on behalf of Programmed as it is fantastic recognition for our business. We have so many staff out on Lion sites every day, supporting our field employees. They all deserve recognition for their efforts in contributing to this great award.’


Programmed is a leading recruitment agency and provider of professional, technical, training, staffing and maintenance services with more than 20,000 employees working across Australia and New Zealand.

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