Helen Noblet Award

The Helen Noblet Award recognises individuals, groups or whole organisations that have made significant contribution to child injury prevention in South Australia through; advocacy, programs, research, or the influence of policy, in particular through work they have completed on behalf of or in conjunction with Kidsafe SA.

The criteria on which the Award is judged includes:

  • Demonstrated commitment to child injury prevention and the aims and values of Kidsafe South Australia
  • Strength of community leadership and involvement in child injury prevention
  • Contribution to education, promotion, technology, public policy or research in the area of child injury prevention.

The Award is named in honour of Helen Noblet, former Kidsafe SA CEO, who passed away on the 6th January 2014. Helen was known widely as ‘Mrs Kidsafe’ and was dedicated to preventing unintentional death and serious injury to South Australian children for over 23 years. Helen was highly regarded and respected by her peers throughout Australia, and her contribution to child safety and injury prevention over this time was immeasurable.

Winner of the 2019 Helen Noblet Award is to be announced on the 21st of October 2019

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Previous Winners of the Helen Noblet Award

2017

Anne Johnson

 

2015

Women’s and Children’s Hospital Paediatric Emergency

State Coroner's Office

 

2014

Kurt Towers

Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee


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 2017 Helen Noblet Award recipient Anne Johnson.


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Former Kidsafe SA President Anne Johnson presenting the 2015 Helen Noblet Award.

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2015 Helen Noblet Award recipient Women's and Children's Hospital Peadiatric Emergency

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2015 Helen Noblet Award recipient Women's and Children's Hospital Peadiatric Emergency

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2015 Helen Noblet Award recipient State Coroner's Office


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2014 Helen Noblet Award recipients Kurt Towers & the Child Death and Serious Injury Review Committee with Former Kidsafe SA President Anne Johnson.

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2014 Helen Noblet Award recipient Kurt Towers.

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Kidsafe SA CEO Holly Fitzgerald presenting the 2014 Helen Noblet Award.

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Former Kidsafe SA President Anne Johnson presenting the 2014 Helen Noblet Award.