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RoSPA Management of Occupational Road Risk™ Awards
RoSPA has been a leading campaigner for occupational road risk to be managed in the same way as other work-related risks for many years. The RoSPA MORR™ Awards reward excellence and encourage improvement in this key area.
These awards provide recognition and encouragement for improvement in performance standards in this vital operational area. Unless specifically agreed in advance, an entry for a MORR™ award must accompany a health and safety achievement or industry sector award entry, for which the appropriate entry fee must be paid in full.
Entries are judged on a combination of verifiable historical performance data, along with evidence of an effective and cohesive programme for managing road risk. Awards are made at Gold, Silver and Bronze levels.
The RoSPA/Allianz MORR™ Trophy
Sponsored by Allianz Insurance Plc this trophy is presented to the company or organisation that has most effectively managed its occupational road risks over the past 12 months. All MORR™ Award entries are automatically considered for this trophy.
The award comprises:
- The RoSPA/Allianz MORR™ trophy to be held for one year
- A commemorative plate to be retained permanently
- Entitlement to use the award logo on corporate stationery and website.
Entrants will be required to
- Complete an Achievement or Industry Sector Award submission
- Provide accident, ill health and enforcement data
- Supply cross-referenced evidence to support your entry
- Compile a separate MORR Award submission linked to supporting evidence
- Entrants must demonstrate:
- The leadership of MORR™ throughout the organisation, from senior decision makers to line management at all levels
- Access to a source of competent advice and services for MORR™; membership of any relevant bodies
- Communication of occupational road safety information inside and outside the organisation and the involvement of the workforce eg via consultation
- Planning for MORR™ based on risk assessment to identify control measures and set priorities, standards and targets. This should show how journeys, vehicles and driver/rider characteristics are all considered
- A MORR™ risk assessment / policy document
- Arrangements for active monitoring (e.g. licence/vehicle checks, 'black box' technologies, behavioural monitoring, health surveillance)
- Investigation of accidents/problems and implementation of the lessons learned
- Review of performance against targets, setting new priorities reporting to stakeholders
- Number of accidents (involving personal injury and/or vehicle damage) over the last four years (if available)
- Any other relevant indicators of performance.
- Demonstrate good practice
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