The award recognises the logistics or transportation company that has demonstrated the best commitment to both transport safety and occupational safety over the past 12 months. This may include programmes which lead to a demonstrable improvement in safety standards either within one organisation, trading partners or the wider community; particularly those which are sustainable, transferable, or which demonstrate an innovative approach.
Companies within the logistics and transportations sector who can enter include passenger transport companies, couriers, freight forwarding companies, logistics companies, independent and own account transport operators, among others.
Entry is by a 5 A4 page submission (11pt font size minimum); the judges will be looking for clear information backed up by facts, supporting materials and statistics, that pays particular attention to the criteria listed below.
Initiatives & Objectives: Please outline planned initiatives & objectives in relation to your organisation’s transport and occupational safety.
Implementation: Please outline the processes put in place to tackle work-related safety showcasing areas like risk assessment, training, implementation, and outcomes.
Targets: Please provide evidence showing the improvement of safety levels and the reduction in incidents, maintenance costs, fuel costs, vehicle costs, driver costs, property damage, third party costs, personal injury, or worker absence.
Staff Engagement: Provide information to show how the programme engaged with the organisation’s staff and how senior management took responsibility for the initiative.
Impact: Please outline the business and economic impact that your organisation has experienced through from the implication of transport safety & occupational safety strategies.