The Road Safety Authority (RSA ) has announced the call for entries to their annual Leading Lights in Road Safety Awards. Now in its sixth year, the awards recognise and honour the contribution made by people nationwide to reducing deaths and serious injuries on our roads.
Announcing the call for entries, Gay Byrne, Chairman, Road Safety Authority said: “These extraordinary people around the country do this, not for themselves, but for their communities, their students, their colleagues and their friends, so that we all can share the benefits of safer roads. So if you know someone who has made an extraordinary effort to promote road safety, or if you are one of those people, enter this year’s Leading Lights in Road Safety Awards so that we can honour the great work that you do.”
One of the category award winners will be chosen by the panel to receive the Supreme Award.
Entries to this year’s awards are currently being accepted and the closing date for entries is Friday November 15.
Further information on the criteria for submitting an award, the categories for this year’s awards and how to submit an entry is available at www.rsa.ie/leadinglights