The highly popular and prestigious Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards, is now in its third year, it is currently the only awards event dedicated to the beauty, cosmetic, aesthetic and dental industry, that recognises and rewards professionals, brands and services for their outstanding dedication and commitment to public safety, and to those who are passionately dedicated to driving forward excellent standards in the aesthetic and beauty sector.
Last year, The Safety in Beauty Diamond awards was attended by over 410 leading industry professionals, brands, media and celebrity supporters. We look forward to hosting another spectacular event on the 8th July 2017, at The prestigious 5 star luxury Langham Hotel.
The Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards are delighted to once again be supported by a leading number of proactive aesthetics and beauty industry brands and services, and namely by the wonderful guests attending who make it the spectacular success it is now revered for.
The Safety in Beauty Awards are dedicated to the members of the industry who work tirelessly and diligently to make the beauty and aesthetics industry a safer experience for the public, this is our way of saying ‘Thank you’….
We wish you the best of luck.
NOMINATIONS FOR 2017 ARE NOW CLOSED
The Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards
Final Winners Announced at The London White Party 2017 Featuring The Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards,
Saturday 8th July, Langham Hotel, London
What makes a Safety in Beauty short list nominee?
Shortlisting is based on the principle that each nominee meets at least 5 criteria points, which are listed in the five categories below.
Training and Development
- Level of education
- Specialist training
- Demonstrating a clear dedication to the refinement and advancement of a particular specialty, skill or interest.
- Continuous professional development.
- Creating and implementing training schemes, courses and workshops for the purposes of education, learning and development for the industry and colleagues
The Patient or Customer Experience
- Clinical outcomes
- Record keeping
- Hygiene and Safety compliancy
- Patient or client feedback
- Consistent growth in track record
- Dedication to whole patient experience being positive
- Examples of safeguarding clients and patients with compliance matters, (patch testing etc)
- Published on-line material or documentation and paperwork explaining procedures, products and treatments offered.
- Insurance clearly displayed or available when asked for
- Outstanding aftercare packages or advice and support
- Good practice.
- Proactive in sharing news, opinions and creating awareness in mainstream media or via social media
- Writing blogs, sharing articles and video’s for the purposes of creating awareness and educating on safety
Independent and Proactive
- Creating awareness via own forms of activities such as independent self formed campaigns or creating and distributing petitions
- Supporting charitable causes that raise awareness of safety in health and beauty
- Reporting incidences of bad practice or unsafe practice to relevant authorities such as GDC, GMC and NMC, ASA, CQC
Charitable Endeavour and Pro Bono Work
Professionals, brands, and business activities that have given up a significant amount of their fee earning time, to help charitable cases, at no cost whatsoever.
Pro-bono work, UK or worldwide.
Once all nominations entries have been submitted online with supporting evidence, a final shortlist is decided upon from a panel of industry experts.
All judges are experts and leaders in the fields of cosmetic interventions, aesthetic medicine, professional beauty, and cosmetic dentistry.
The Safety in Beauty Awards are supported kindly by leading industry associations, brands and services. Funds raised during the event are invested into the campaign, to allow for the endeavours and objectives of the campaign work to continue.
Data Protection and Privacy Statement
The Safety in Beauty Campaign reserve the right to protect the identity and data of all nominations submitted. In accordance with data protection laws, we are not obliged to disclose any personal details of nominees or submitted nominations.
The internal results the shortlisting process, judges voting, public mystery shopping panel, shall not be shared with any third party by The Safety in Beauty Campaign. This awards event does not have an appeals process, all decisions made are final.
The Safety in Beauty Campaign reserve the right to withdraw an award from a recipient if a nomination is investigated and found to be submitted on fraudulent grounds or by the submission of false evidence and supporting material.
The judges voting system is made carefully by analysing each individual nomination submitted, and by the detailed review and analysis of supporting information and material, on a point score system based on 5 criteria categories.
*Judges are given non conflict categories each.
*A private, non-disclosed public judging panel of 12 people, are also involved in the judging process, *mystery shopping