DriverMetrics® has been announced as a recipient of the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award.
The awards recognise achievements and innovations which will improve road safety. Established in 1987 and organised by RoadSafe, each year the most outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives are given public recognition through the scheme.
In making their recommendation for an award to His Royal Highness, the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award judges commended DriverMetrics® for being “an extremely effective and well-developed, evidence-based programme delivered across the world”.
Director of the Awards, Adrian Walsh, commented: “The number of top performing companies which use the programme is testament to its effectiveness”
Nick Rowley, CEO of DriverMetrics®, said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won the Prince Michael Award”.
“Over the last 10 years we have helped hundreds of companies around the world to incorporate scientifically-validated behavioural safety measures into their driver risk managements strategies. We are truly grateful to the organisers and His Royal Highness Prince Michael for this recognition of our effectiveness.”
The Prince Michael Award rounds up a successful year of award recognition for the DriverMetrics® team. Earlier this month, DriverMetrics® won silver at the Learning Technology Awards, and prior to this DriverMetrics® has received nominations in both the Brake awards and the ACFO awards.
His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent presented the award to DriverMetrics at a ceremony at The Savoy in London on Tuesday 13 December.
Pictured above: left: Mari Goodhind, Business Development Manager at DriverMetrics; centre: His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent; right: Richard Hill, Commercial Director at DriverMetrics.