Road safety charity Brake has recognised the Licence Bureau for running interactive road safety sessions with sixth-formers.
For the past five years, the interactive workshop sessions were delivered to 2,000 Hertfordshire-based sixth form students, during Road Safety Week.
They delivered safety messages to Kings Langley students about travelling in a vehicle or as a cyclist/pedestrian, with hopes students adopt a positive attitude towards road safety at an early age.
The scheme been shortlisted for the Road Safety in the Community award sponsored by Ocado at this year’s Brake Fleet Safety awards which are being held on September 28 at the Birmingham Metropole.
Licence Bureau is also sponsoring the Road Risk Manager of the Year award.
Licence Bureau’s managing director Malcolm Maycock said: “Our job is to help and support companies to ensure they are 100% compliant when their drivers and vehicles get driven on company business.
“To extend this expertise and take road safety to sixth formers who are just about to learn to drive, or who have just passed their test is an extremely rewarding experience. We wish all the companies shortlisted in the Brake awards well.”