CRASH Services presents the Inaugural Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards

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Published on 20 November 2015 by Gill

The Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards are taking place at the end of the month, an event which will highlight the good work carried out across the country that has helped keep danger off its roads.

Entries for the competition, which are sponsored by accident management specialist, CRASH Services, and supported by the Road Safety Council NI, will recognise the work taking place within schools, emergency services, voluntary, public and private sectors across eight categories.

Details on the event can be found at, and winners will be announced at the inaugural awards ceremony at Cultra Manor on Friday 27th November as part of Road Safety Week.

Awards will be presented to individuals, businesses, educational institutions and community groups who have demonstrated a commitment to keeping Northern Ireland's roads safe, and those within their communities, with entries accepted in each of the following categories:

  • Primary School Project
  • Secondary School Project
  • Driving Instructor
  • Emergency Services Person
  • Voluntary Sector Organisation
  • Best Public Sector Project
  • Business Award
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

Tony McKeown, Sales & Marketing Director at CRASH Services, said: "Northern Ireland's Road Safety Awards have been established to properly acknowledge the huge effort which goes in to helping keep our roads safe and help eliminate the tragic incidents of death and injury.

"It's vitally important that we recognise the amazing work which is being done by individuals and groups within our communities who work tirelessly on our behalf to keep us safe.

In addition, the following organisations and individuals have been selected for Merit awards to recognise their commitment to road safety. Merit winners will receive a certificate in early December.