Achievements

Our very own Craisonite achieved 10th place in the 2016 National Comrades. Salome Cooper, featured in picture, ran her 12th Comrades Marathon with an amazing achievement of 10th place 

 

Golf Day

On Friday, 29 July 2016, Craison supported the Annual SA Army Signal Formation Golf day in recognition of Cancer Awareness. Featured with some of our Craisonites, are former Bafana Bafana soccer player Grant Young, who joined in on the day.

PMR Africa Diamond Arrow Award

 

Our CEO, Sonia Munro, receiving the PMR Africa Diamond Arrow Award for recognition as the best company in our industry nationwide. 

 

Team South-Africa - MX of Nations 2016

On Tuesday, 13 September 2016, the Craison team participated in the Team South Africa - MX of Nations 2016 Golf Day held at Randpark Golf Club, in aid of raising funds for their upcoming Italy event, in which SA will be represented at the MX of Nations event, to be held in Maggiora Italy, on the 24th and 25th September 2016. MX of Nations is seen as one of the most prestigious MX events in the MX World. Corporates involved in this initiative is Motorsport South Africa and SASCOC.

 

Casual Day

On Friday, 2nd of September 2016 the Craison team showed their support in honour of South Africans with disabilities, and to support the national Casual Day campaign, by purchasing their R10 Casual Day sticker and celebrating in true colourful style. The 60's theme was chooses for this event in dedicate of the inititive.
Casual Day is South Africa’s foremost fundraising campaign for persons with disabilities and is the flagship project of the National Council for Persons with Physical Disabilities in SA (NCPPDSA). Casual Day has become a firm favourite on the calendar of many of South Africa’s businesses, with Craison Integrated Facilities Management sponsoring stickers for their entire staff complement as a corporate social investment initiative. Approximately 4 500 companies, 100 hundred schools and 400 organizations rendering services to persons with disabilities are participating. It was an excellent opportunity for corporate team building, whilst also making a contribution to one of the country’s most vulnerable sectors of society; persons with disabilities

 

Heritage Day

 

Former South African President Nelson Mandela concisely explained it when he said the following in a Heritage Day speech: "When our first democratically-elected government decided to make Heritage Day one of our national days, we did so because we knew that our rich and varied cultural heritage has a profound power to help build our new nation”.
On Friday, 23 September the Craison team celebrate our diverse and unique culture in an effort to encourages South Africans to  come together to celebrate the rich cultural heritage and the diversity of our rainbow nation.

 

 

SEESA Annual Golf Day

SEESA held their 7th annual golf day at the Woodhill Country Club. Craison joined in on the day and contributed to the fantastic success of this event with a hole sponsor, our own 4 ball of players and an amazing prize to a lucky winner at the end of the night. 

All proceeds went to SocED NPC, SEESA's way of giving back by supporting young athletes. 

 

The brave ladies of Craison took on the 5km Muddy Princess obstacle run on Sunday 6 November at Riversands Farm Village. A great, fun run for women in support of breast cancer awareness. And we survived!

                                                                                                                             

We are passionate

We love what we do. We love being active. We face the challenge – but never without a smile on our faces!

                                                                                                                             

We are together

We give a helping hand and appreciate the help of the group. Teamwork devides the task and multiplies the success.

                                                                                                                             

We are strong

We accept failure. But we don’t accept not trying. Because everything is impossible until it’s done. We can do this!

                                                                                                                             

We are beautiful

We don’t care about weight, colour of skin, nationality or fitness levels. We are beautiful - even when covered with mud!

 

THE PURPOSE OF THE PMR AFRICA AWARDS

is to create a global and unique marketing tool for the company, department and/or institution, for the enhancement of excellence and to set a bench mark in the relevant industry. The recognition the award offers also acknowledges all levels of personnel and staff in the company. 

BACKGROUND OF THE PMR AFRICA AWARDS

the awards are indicators of a company, department or institution’s competencies. PMR Africa wants the companies to utilise the award, not as a marketing tool only, but also to thank the personnel and staff for creating the perception and reality out there that this company, department or institution is an undisputed leader in the respective industry. The awards are the culmination of a research process whereby companies and institutions are rated based on respondents’ perceptions with a strong focus on evaluating and measuring customer service and customer satisfaction

After all ……… there is a successful team behind each successful and highly rated company.

AWARD STATUS CRITERIA

Diamond Arrow: ranked 1st overall and rated at least 4, 10 out of 5, 00 (equivalent to outstanding)

● Gold: 1st or 2nd overall and rated at least 3, 75 (excellent)

● Silver/Bronze: 1st/2nd or 3rd and rated at least 3, 40 (very good)

Our CEO, Sonia Munro, accepting the PMR AFRICA DIAMOND ARROW AWARD for 2016. This is our second consecutive win in the field of outstanding achievement.

GENERAL CRITERIA

● The awards are always the end result of a research process whereby companies, departments, institutions and individuals are nominated and rated by respondents against specific attributes or criteria.

● A company, department, institution and individual cannot “enter” the research process but must always be nominated and rated by the respondents.

● The ratings are always based on the perceptions of the respondents.

"Unity is strength... when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved."

 

 

 


 

 

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