The Fleet Safety Awards recognise the achievements of those working to help reduce the number of road crashes involving at-work drivers. Entries to these prestigious awards are invited from organisations running any type of fleet and from companies that provide products or services to fleets, who have worked to improve safety.
The 2017 Fleet Safety Awards are now closed for entries. Book your place to attend the awards ceremony on 28 September in Birmingham (UK).
Awards for organisations
Company Driver Safety Award Sponsored by FleetMaster
For the organisation that has implemented initiatives that do most to promote and achieve safer driving among employees.
Eco Fleet Award Sponsored by Telogis
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.
Dr Will Murray Award for Analysis and Action Sponsored by Edriving fleet
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.
Fleet Safety Innovation Award Sponsored by Johnson + Johnson
For the fleet service provider or fleet operator that has developed a pioneering approach to fleet safety in 2016 with the greatest success.
Fleet Safety Partnership Award Sponsored by TTC Group Ltd
For the partnership of a fleet service provider or operator with another organisation that has delivered the most outstanding results to improve fleet safety.
Fleet Safety Product Award Sponsored by QBE
For the product that does the most to improve fleet safety through innovation.
Road Safety in the Community Award Sponsored by Ocado
For the organisation that has worked hardest with its local community to improve road safety for all road users. This organisation will have road safety at the heart of its corporate social responsibility ethos.
Global Road Safety Award Sponsored by Intelligent Telematics
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.
Safe Vehicles Award Sponsored by Checkpoint
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, vehicle specification and modification and use of technology.
Awards for individuals
Road Risk Manager of the Year Award Sponsored by Licence Bureau
For the risk or fleet manager who has implemented exemplary road risk management policies with proven results.
Kevin Storey Award for Outstanding Commitment to Road Safety Sponsored by Arriva
For the individual that has gone above and beyond the call of duty in their its commitment to road safety, not just within the company but also the wider community. Organisations cannot enter this Award themselves but can nominate someone else within the industry.