Michelin hunts for UK’s road safety champions

12.00 | 9 November 2012 |

To celebrate the achievements and dedication of people who go out of their way to make roads safer, Michelin Tyre is on the hunt for the nation’s “top road safety champions”.

Michelin runs a number of road safety initiatives as part of its ‘Performance and Responsibility Michelin (PRM)’ activity. Michelin developed PRM in 2002 to improve the support it provides employees, communities and the environment. As part of PRM, Michelin has supported many worthwhile projects including setting up road safety campaigns and supporting local charities.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of PRM, Michelin wants to highlight the road safety achievements of individuals across the UK. Whether someone has campaigned on a road safety issue or helped hundreds of school children safely cross the road, Michelin wants to know about it.

Corinne Li, road safety project manager at Michelin, said: “There are all sorts of steps that motorists, cyclists and pedestrians can take to make sure they protect themselves and others while they are out and about. At Michelin, we know there are loads of fantastic road safety projects out there run by people in the local community.

“It’s time for us to highlight the hard work and dedication of these heroes – which is what the Michelin Road Safety Champions competition is setting out to do.”

Click here to nominate a road safety champion. The deadline for entries is 7 December and winners will be announced during week commencing 10 December.

For more information contact Paul Cordle on 01782 402341.


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