Gratitude. It’s infectious.
Over the past few weeks BRHS staff in all manner of roles right across the hospital have been shouting out their gratitude and appreciation for workmates they feel deserve recognition.
It’s part of BRHS’ Trademark Behaviours Awards, which recognise employees for their excellent contribution and demonstration of the principles, values and characteristics that BRHS staff strive to maintain.
One employee that has received a number of nominations from appreciative colleagues is Environmental Services team member Trevor Banfield, who keeps the Ross Street campus spick and span.
According to testimony from a few folks that work with him, Trevor’s positive attitude and willingness to do whatever it takes to be helpful makes a huge impact in their workplace.
“Trevor goes above and beyond his cleaner position at the Ross Street campus,” said Planned Activity Group Manager Liz Brown. “He is always smiling, has a great sense of humour, and is willing to assist all of us with any additional jobs when required. Trevor is a valued member of the Ross Street campus team.”
“Trevor always goes out of his way to accommodate staff,” said Environmental Services Manager Sandra Holland. “He has a positive attitude, nothing is a problem, and he has a great repore with everyone.”
Good on you, Trevor.
BRHS staff are encouraged to nominate a colleague or team in any department or role across the health service that they think exemplifies one or more of our Trademark Behaviours, which are:
- Step up and Take Responsibility
- Be Positive and Support Others
- Display Trust and Mutual Respect
- Learn and Apply Knowledge
- Courage to Change
The deadline for nominations is Friday, Aug. 16!
It’ll 2 minutes very well spent.