The UK Fleet Champions Awards celebrate the hard work and dedication of fleet organisations striving to reduce road deaths and injuries and reduce pollution caused by work vehicles.
The deadline for entering the UK Fleet Champions Awards 2021 has now passed. The winners will be announced at a glittering online awards ceremony on Thursday 23 September. Please book here to secure your place.
The award categories for 2021 are listed below. You can see a full list of 2020 winners and highly commended here.
If you are interested in sponsoring an award category in 2021 please email [email protected].
Company Driver Safety Award for the private sector organisation that has implemented initiatives that effectively enable drivers to be safe. Judges will also award education and awareness-raising initiatives about safe driving that extend beyond employees to their families. (sponsored by Fleetmaster Group)
There are 3 awards in this category :
- Small fleet for the private sector organisation with a total fleet size of or less than 250 vehicles
- Medium fleet for the private sector organisation with a total fleet size of between 250 and 1000 vehicles
- Large fleet for the private sector organisation with a total fleet size of more than 1000 vehicles
Public Sector Driver Safety Award for the public sector organisation that has implemented initiatives that effectively enable drivers to be safe. Judges will also award education and awareness-raising initiatives about safe driving that extend beyond employees to their families.
Sustainable Journeys Award for the organisation that has done the most to reduce risk and fuel emissions by enabling active and shared travel (cycling, walking and public transport use), or by improving journey routing to reduce distance travelled by motorised vehicles posing the highest risks to people walking and cycling (for example, avoiding routes around schools.)
Dr Will Murray Award for Analysis and Action for the organisation that has implemented strong management systems to identify and tackle the safety and environmental impact of vehicles used on its behalf, carrying out risk and environmental impact assessments, monitoring and recording incident and fuel usage data, analysing data and researching and implementing effective interventions (sponsored by eDriving).
Fleet Safety Innovation Award for the fleet operator and fleet supplier that has developed a pioneering approach to fleet safety in 2020 with the greatest success (sponsored by FORS).
Fleet Safety Partnership Award for the partnership of a fleet service provider or operator with another organisation that has delivered the most outstanding results to improve fleet safety (sponsored by Highways England).
Fleet Safety Product Award for the product that does the most to improve fleet safety through innovation.
Fleet Safety Product Award (in-vehicle technology) for the in-vehicle product that does the most to improve fleet safety through innovation.
Road Safety in the Community award for the organisation that has worked hardest with its local community to achieve safe and healthy mobility, for example, by funding road infrastructure improvements such as segregated foot paths and cycle paths, or a crossing near a school. Judges will also be awarding organisations that have campaigned for change and engaged people in their communities to speak out for change with them (sponsored by EchoMaster).
Safe Vehicles Award for the organisation that has worked hardest to improve the safety and environmental impact of vehicles used on behalf of their business. Efforts to replace vehicle fleets with improved models, fit additional safety components to vehicles, and manage maintenance procedures in line with manufacturer recommendations will also be recognised.
Road Risk Manager of the Year Award for the risk or fleet manager who has implemented exemplary road risk management policies with proven results. (Sponsored by Licence Bureau)
Kevin Storey Award for Outstanding Commitment to Road Safety for the organisation or individual that has gone above and beyond the call of duty in their commitment to road safety, not just within the company but also the wider community.