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Driving for Better Business Champions win at Fleet Safety Awards

3 October 2017

The Brake Fleet Safety Awards saw a number of Driving for Better Business Champions receive recognition for the excellent work they’ve done.

Company Driver Safety Award

For the organisation that has implemented initiatives that do most to promote and achieve safer driving among employees.

  • British Gas, Winner in the large fleet category
  • Skanska, Shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’ in the large fleet category
  • Gateshead Council, Shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’ in the medium fleet category
  • Iron Mountain, Shortlisted in the small fleet category

Eco Fleet Award

For the organisation that has done the most to improve safety and the environment by introducing green initiatives, such as innovative travel plans, scheduling, greener fuel and vehicles, and fuel efficient driving.

  • Gateshead Council, Winner

Dr Will Murray Award for Analysis and Action

For the organisation that has implemented the most effective procedures for carrying out risk assessments, crash data analysis, and using the data to introduce tailored interventions.

  • Balfour Beatty, Shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’
  • Iron Mountain, Shortlisted
  • Royal Mail Group, Shortlisted

Fleet Safety Partnership Award

For the partnership of a fleet service provider or operator with another organisation that has delivered the most outstanding results to improve fleet safety.

  • British Gas, Winner
  • Johnson & Johnson and AIP, Shortlisted
  • Fleet Safety Product Award
  • British Gas, Shortlisted

Global Road Safety Award

For the organisation that has worked hardest to improve road safety for all road users in the communities it works in around the world. This organisation will have road safety at the heart of its corporate social responsibility ethos.

  • Johnson & Johnson, Winner
  • Iron Mountain, Shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’

Safe Vehicles Award

For the organisation that has done the most to improve the safety of its vehicles, for instance through comprehensive and effective checking and maintenance procedures, vehicles specification and modification, and use of technology.

  • Skanska, Shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’

Road Risk Manager of the Year Award

For the risk or fleet manager who has implemented exemplary road risk management policies with proven results.

  • Rory Morgan, Iron Mountain, Winner
  • Mark Bromhall, Royal Mail Group, Shortlisted and ‘Highly Commended’
  • Robert Lindsay, Balfour Beatty, Shortlisted
  • Alison Moriarty, Skanska, Shortlisted

 

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