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Prince Michael International Road Safety Award for Johnson & Johnson

10 April 2011

HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO has precented Johnson & Johnson with his the prestigious  International Road Safety Award for the company’s long-standing commitment to road safety.
 

In addition to its international leadership in road safety, Johnson & Johnson's global SAFE Fleet program, which educates and trains employees about safe driving techniques and injury prevention strategies, has led to significant reductions in fleet crashes and injury rates. Since SAFE Fleet was first introduced in 1994, the company’s crashes per million miles driven (CPMM) rate has decreased by 37% globally.


Johnson & Johnson, a Driving for Better Business Champion  has an enduring commitment to improving people’s health, and places a strong emphasis on continually improving the health and safety of its employees. This year, Johnson & Johnson celebrates its 125th anniversary, reflecting on how its products, services and innovations have been powered by generations of employees inspired to make a difference in the lives of others. SAFE Fleet is just one of many programs designed to protect employees, families, customers and communities. Johnson & Johnson has set new internal performance targets for SAFE Fleet as part of its five-year sustainability goals, which will be announced later this year.
 

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