In conjunction with The New Zealand Transport Agency, Abley are proud to support the 2018 Canterbury Road Trauma Awards.
Nominations are now open until 14 September. There are three categories available to enter: Canterbury Road Trauma Award for Public Service, Canterbury Road Trauma Prevention Award and Canterbury Road Trauma Award for Community Service.
Award recipients will be announced at the third annual Road Accident Remembrance Day organised by the Road Traffic Accident Trauma Charitable Trust on Saturday, 3 November 2018 at 10.30am, in North Hagley Park, Christchurch.
The New Zealand Transport Agency encourages companies in the transport and infrastructure sectors to think about ways they have installed systems or safety features into design in order to increase safety for road users, says Transport Agency Director Regional Relationships Jim Harland.
“Entering the Canterbury Road Trauma Awards is a way to acknowledge the work your teams are doing. These awards are a powerful way to raise awareness of road trauma and the long-term and ongoing aftermath of every serious or fatal road crash.”
Nominations may be made directly on the Road Traffic Accident Trauma Charitable Trust website: https://roadtrafficaccidenttrust.org.nz/canterbury-road-trauma-awards/
Paul Durdin, Transportation Group Manager and Director at Abley, shares his passion for road safety and endorsement for the awards in this video:
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