Useful information when preparing your nomination
Prince Michael International Road Safety Awards are highly prized and sought after.
We fully appreciate that preparing your nomination against the criteria takes time and a great deal of commitment and cost in compiling your nomination. Before submitting your nomination your Senior Executive, CEO or the person in a similar position within your organisation, should give their approval and authorisation to be contacted in the event of your becoming an award winner.
Sadly each year we receive nominations which perhaps should have received an award but are rejected, either because they have been poorly presented, do not contain all the relevant or pertinent information, or are so jargon-filled that it is impossible for the judges to understand and therefore judge properly.
The judges need clear and precise evidence which should be submitted as explained on the Nomination Form. They need facts and figures. Please consider how you are going to answer the criteria before you begin your nomination.
There is a maximum word count of 1,500, so to avoid disappointment, use your words carefully and wisely.
We also advise you to read all the information on our web site very carefully before submitting your nomination.
Awards are usually presented at our Annual Awards Luncheon Ceremony held at The Savoy in London on the second Tuesday in December each year. This year it will be on the 11th December.