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NI Road Safety Awards launched.  L-R: Frank Mitchell, Davy Jackson, Road Safe NI, Tony McKeown, CRASH Services and Inspectator Rosie Leech, PSNI Roads Policing.

Entries are now being sought for the Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards 2017, which recognise the contribution of individuals and organisations who have worked to improve road safety in their communities.

The awards, which are now in their 3rd year, are in association with Road Safe NI and title sponsors are leading accident management firm, CRASH Services.  A total of 10 categories are on offer and include schools, emergency services, voluntary, public and private sectors.

Davy Jackson from Road Safe NI said,

“We were delighted with the outstanding success and feedback received from the Awards over the last two years and we now look forward to emulating that with our 2017 nominees. It is vitally important that we properly recognise the hard work and commitment that goes into helping keep our roads safe.”

Tony McKeown, Sales and Marketing Director at CRASH Services, said:

“As a business with close connections to road users we are pleased to support the NI Road Safety Awards again.  The call is now out for nominations, so whether you are involved in a scheme yourself, have benefited from an initiative or know someone who has spearheaded road safety in your area, these are the awards for them.”

The full list of categories are: Primary School, Lollipop Person, Secondary School, Driving Instructor, Emergency Services Person, Voluntary Sector, LGV Sector, Business Sector, Two Wheels and Lifetime Achievement.


Other category sponsors include JMK Solicitors, New Driver NI, Applegreen, Hankook Tyres, AA Drive Tech, Abbey Centre and U105 radio.


The awards ceremony takes place at Cultra Manor on Friday 24th November as part of Road Safety Week.

The closing date for entries is Friday 27th October and details of how to enter can be found at

For further press enquires: Contact Tony McKeown on 07825 140160 or email

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