BT wins Prince Michael Award
British Telecommunications (BT) has received a Prince Michael International Road Safety Award (PMIRSA) in recognition of its industry leadership and on-going 10-year risk management programme.
The PMIRSA judges were impressed by BT’s comprehensive, management-led programmes, policies, processes and procedures for people who drive on company business - and the extension of the programme to include other employees and their families.
Over the next 12 months the programme will be rolled out to BT’s increasing number of non-UK based people.
Dave Wallington, BT’s group safety advisor, said: “We were delighted to accept this award in recognition of the sustained, long term nature of our programme, which has engaged almost 100,000 people through our online Starting Point driver risk assessment, monitoring and improvement programme.”
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