Young Driver Road Safety Awards 2019 shortlist
The following schemes/organisations have been shortlisted for the Young Driver Road Safety Awards 2019. Winners will be presented for New Scheme, Education and Training Initiative; Partnership Scheme; Young Driver Media Campaign and Private Sector Initiative. A sixth award will be presented for the Lifetime Achievement Award.
90 Second Life Savers - Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service
Three 90 second life savers 360 films; new, innovative, engaging and part of a blended learning approach - this technology will change the way humans learn.
Arrive Alive - Lancashire Road Safety Partnership / Wasted Lives UK / Edge Hill University
This multi-agency campaign - devised as a live student project and put into action by Wasted Lives UK - reached 125,000 on social media.
driVR - Safety Cameras Scotland, Police Scotland and Glasgow City Council
driVR is an innovative classroom intervention aimed at 16-18 year olds that utilises virtual reality to encourage them to consider their attitudes towards road safety.
Operation SNAP - GoSafe Wales
Operation SNAP is a police response to the ever-increasing submissions of video/photographic evidence from members of the public in relation to witnessed driving offences.
Speed Reduction Programme - Insure the Box
Using telematics data, Insure the Box identifies and communicates with high risk customers to encourage a change in behaviour, resulting in safer driving.
Too Close For Comfort - Cycling UK
Too Close For Comfort tackles dangerous overtaking of cyclists by using virtual reality technology to provide a ‘changing places’ behaviour change initiative for young drivers.
Who’s Driving You? - New View Consultants and Extern
‘Who’s Driving You?’ is a school-based intervention that aims to help young people to reduce their inappropriate impulsive decision making.