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Call for 2016 Fleet Safety Award Nominations

March 18, 2016

The 2015 Fleet Safety Award winner, Chad Fay of Centuri Construction Group, accepts the award from Pam Sederholm, executive director of AALA. Photo by Chris Wolski
The 2015 Fleet Safety Award winner, Chad Fay of Centuri Construction Group, accepts the award from Pam Sederholm, executive director of AALA. Photo by Chris Wolski

The organizers of the 2016 Fleet Safety Conference are now accepting nominations for the 2016 Fleet Safety Award.

The award, which is presented during the conference, will honor a fleet or risk manager whose leadership and innovation have enhanced the safety of fleet drivers and the general public. Nominations should include measurable results.

To access a nomination form, click here.

Candidates working with light- and medium-duty fleets are eligible. Nominations close April 22.

Previous winners include, Sandra Lee, director of worldwide fleet for Johnson & Johnson; Kristin O’Driscoll, fleet manager for Baxter Healthcare; and Chad Fay, director of Fleet Operations for Centuri Construction Group.

The American Automotive Leasing Association (AALA) and Automotive Fleet magazine produce the Fleet Safety Conference, now in its fifth year, which will be held in Schaumburg, Ill., July 18-20.

A panel of industry leaders will evaluate the nominations to determine the winner. The award will be presented July 15 at the conference.

For more details about the conference, click here.

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