This year, Brake has partnered with Driving for Better Business by National Highways to deliver these prestigious awards, which recognise the achievements of those working to prevent crashes and reduce pollution caused by work vehicles.

Entries for the 2024 UK Fleet Champions Awards opened today (Thursday 21 March) and will close on Friday 31 May. The awards are free to enter and are an excellent way to celebrate the hard work of the organisations and individuals across the fleet sector that make road safety a priority.

All entries will be judged and presented at a glittering ceremony at New Dock Hall at the Royal Armouries in Leeds, on Thursday 3 October 2024. This is the same venue as last year’s event which brought together more than 230 people from across the fleet industry to celebrate 60 shortlisted organisations and individuals, with winners across 11 different awards categories.

This year’s award categories are:

  • Company Driver Safety (Sponsored by Fleetmaster)
  • Public Sector Driver Safety
  • Sustainable Journeys (Sponsored by Zurich Resilience Solutions)
  • Dr Will Murray Award for Analysis and Action (Sponsored by eDriving)
  • Fleet Driver of the Year (Sponsored by Samsara)
  • Fleet Safety Innovation
  • Fleet Safety Partnership (Sponsored by AXA UK)
  • Fleet Safety Product
  • Road Safety in the Community
  • Safe Vehicles
  • Road Risk Manager of the Year (Sponsored by QBE)
  • Kevin Storey Award for Outstanding Commitment to Road Safety

Final sponsorship opportunities are now available, please contact the Brake team on to find out more.

Ross Moorlock, Chief Executive Officer at Brake, said: “We know there are thousands of examples of fleets across the industry that demonstrate their outstanding commitment to road safety every day. If you work in one of these fleets or know someone who has gone above and beyond to reduce the number of crashes on our roads or the pollution caused by vehicles, we want to hear from you! Entering the UK Fleet Champions Awards is a great opportunity to gain recognition for your achievements.”

Mark Cartwright, Head of Commercial Vehicle Incident Prevention at National Highways, and Anne-Marie Penny, Senior Road Safety Policy Advisor and lead for Driving for Better Business, added: “We’re delighted to be partnering with Brake on their prestigious UK Fleet Champions Awards. It’s a brilliant opportunity to recognise some of the great work going on behind the scenes to make our roads safer through good management of driving risk. Working together, we hope to realise the vision that those that use the roads for work do so safely, efficiently, and sustainably, and that everyone gets home safe and well.”

Entry forms and guidance can be accessed from the Global Fleet Champions website. Click here to enter the UK Fleet Champions Awards 2024.

For more information, please contact

About Global Fleet Champions Down arrow icon to open accordion

Global Fleet Champions is a global campaign to prevent crashes and reduce pollution caused by work vehicles. Global Fleet Champions is run by Brake, the road safety charity, and gives fleet professionals access to free and low-cost resources and events to help them learn about, and manage, work-related road risk.

About Brake Down arrow icon to open accordion

Brake is a national road safety charity, founded in 1995, that exists to stop deaths, serious injuries and pollution on roads, and to care for families bereaved and injured in road crashes.

Brake campaigns for safe and healthy roads through seeking government policies and investment to end the carnage, and through projects that help communities, schools and employers promote safe and pollution-free streets locally. Brake is the national provider of care and support to victims of road crashes and their families through the National Road Victim Service, helping families cope with the shock, turmoil and devastation that road crashes cause families across the UK every day.

About Driving for Better Business Down arrow icon to open accordion

Driving for Better Business is a free to access government-backed National Highways programme, delivered in partnership with RoadSafe. Their purpose is to help organisations reduce work related road risk, protecting staff who drive or ride for work, and others with whom they share the road.

Their mission is to improve safety and reduce risk for all those who drive or ride for work, by promoting good management practice and demonstrating the significant business benefits that follow.