Malaysia Awards

Categories and entry

Oil and Gas Award

Oil and Gas Award

Recognises the best project or process to demonstrate engineering excellence in the oil and gas sector, efficient energy use and the development of energy production methods that reduce energy intensity.

Palm Oil Award

Palm Oil Award

Recognises the best project implemented and demonstrates innovation, successful delivery and a technical, commercial, safety and/or environmental benefit. The project may relate to new industrial plant or to the enhancement of existing palm oil mills, refining and other related industries.

Process Safety Award

Process Safety Award

Recognises an organisation that has an exemplary record in implementing process safety best practice and improvements to reduce major hazards and risks. Entries may include a structured programme – such as HAZOP, PHR, PSM – or technology to minimise risk in operating practices and human factors.

Sustainability Award

Sustainability Award

Recognises the project, process or product that best demonstrates innovation in waste reduction, recycling, reuse or the lengthening of product lifecycles.

Training and Development Award

Training and Development Award

Recognises the team or organisation that best demonstrates excellence in training, development of staff or education of a wider community. Entries should demonstrate how a skills/knowledge gap has been addressed, how a training programme has had a positive impact on business performance and/or how public perception of chemical engineering has been improved.

Student Chapter Award

Student Chapter Award

Recognises all IChemE student chapters in Malaysia with a wide range of activities and significant achievements.

Young Industrialist Award

Young Industrialist Award

Recognises the individual who best demonstrates their achievements and tangible application of chemical, biochemical or process engineering skills to address important economic, environmental or social issues. All entrants must have been born on or after 1 January 1989.

Young Researcher Award

Young Researcher Award

Recognises the individual who best demonstrates the impact of their research in helping to address important economic, environmental or social issues. All entrants must have been born on or after 1 January 1989.