ERJ staff report (DS)
New York - The Michelin Group has received the Prince Michael International Road Safety Award at the Policy & Donor Forum, held in New York on May 2.
â€œMichelin is a global leader in road safety innovation not only through its product development but also in the field of care for its own employees,â€ said His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent, Royal Patron of The Commission for Global Road Safety, and added: â€œBut its wider corporate commitment to community safety and international programs is an outstanding example to all businesses.â€
A cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO is Royal Patron of the Commission for Global Road Safety. The Prince Michael International Road Safety awards are presented to organisations in recognition of outstanding achievements or innovations. First introduced in the United Kingdom by the Prince himself in 1987, the awards were made international in 2001 and the Prince has committed to supporting the Global Decade of Action for Road Safety with the awards.
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Press release from Michelin