Royal business award for RSSi
Road Safety Support International’s work has received a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2017 in recognition of the company’s efforts to reduce casualties and improve road safety overseas.
Managing Director Trevor Hall and Senior Overseas Advisor Adam Briggs attended a special reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, to celebrate Road Safety Support International (RSSi)’s success in the International Trade category.
The award was in recognition of RSSi’s work in exporting British expertise overseas to improve road safety in many countries around the world.
The Queen’s Awards, which are regarded as the most prestigious of their kind in the country, are awarded each year to businesses for outstanding achievement in four categories - International Trade, Innovation, Sustainable Development and also for Promoting Opportunity (through social mobility).
Trevor Hall commented: “We are delighted that the hard work, dedication and commitment of our staff has been recognised. Each individual who works for us has one focus; that is to reduce the number of people being needlessly killed on the roads."
He added: “To each of us, this is more than just a job; keeping people safe on the roads is something we truly care about. By working with and supporting police forces, government and third sector organisations both nationally and internationally, ultimately we are supporting people and communities.”