HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO is Patron of the Commission for Global Road Safety.
Since 1987 The Prince’s Awards have given public recognition to those who have improved road safety throughout Britain. Now the Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards recognise outstanding achievement and innovation world-wide.
The Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards recognise achievements and innovations which will improve road safety. Each year the most outstanding examples of international road safety initiatives are given public recognition through the scheme.
The National Awards are presented at major road safety, local or corporate events and each year the winners are invited to an award ceremony in London where the Prince announces his Premier Award for that year.
International Awards are presented at appropriate events across the world including the London event as part of the Prince’s commitment to the Global Decade of Action. In addition to special international awards, each year the Prince presents a Decade of Action Award to recognise major contributions to the Global Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020. The nomination for this award is made by The Commission for Global Road Safety.
These awards are organised and managed by RoadSafe.
Nominations are open to any team, organisation or business and are judged once a year. They should be submitted by 5th August.
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This award is announced at the Annual Awards Ceremony by Prince Michael. It is given to the most outstanding winner of any category. The 2014 Premier Award goes to the Video Hazard Perception Test.
Find out more about the Premier Award