Singapore Road Safety Council


Singapore Road Safety Awards (SRSA)


1. The Singapore Road Safety Council (SRSC) is an organisation set up to promote road
safety awareness in Singapore. SRSC drives various road safety campaigns and events like
the annual Singapore Road Safety Month, Elderly Road Safety Campaign, Singapore Ride
Safe and Anti-Drink Drive Campaign etc. to target different road users. Together with key
partners like Traffic Police (TP), Land Transport Authority (LTA) and Workplace Safety &
Health Council (WSHC), SRSC is here to constantly remind road users to always be safe on
the road.

2. SRSA is a joint effort with TP, LTA and WSHC, to recognise exemplary companies and
company drivers/riders for their effort to put in place systems and conscientiously work
towards keeping our roads safe. This year Champion and Merit Awards shall be given to

companies and individuals in the following categories:

A. Company Awards
Companies operating and maintaining a minimum of 20 vehicles of the following fleet
type may participate in this category. Each company may make separate submission
for each vehicle fleet type. A company must have no fatal accidents in the assessment
period AND have in place a safety system/structure, to be considered for the awards.

The 5 vehicle fleet type under this category are :

  • Light Goods Vehicle Fleet (vehicle not more than 3.5 metric
  • Heavy Goods Vehicle Fleet (vehicle of 3.5 metric tonne and above);
  • Public Bus Fleet of 12-seaters and above;
  • Non-Public Bus Fleet of 12-seaters and above;
  • Motorcycle Fleet.

B. Safe Driver/Rider Awards
Companies that employ more than 20 drivers/riders for the following fleet type may
nominate one of them to participate in this category, regardless if the company owns
such fleet. The driver/rider must be employed by the company for a minimum of 2
years and has good driving/riding record. Each company may nominate only one
driver/rider for each category.

  • Light Goods Vehicle Fleet (vehicle not more than 3.5 metric
  • Heavy Goods Vehicle Fleet (vehicle of 3.5 metric tonne and
  • Public Bus Fleet of 12-seaters and above;
  • Non-Public Bus Fleet of 12-seaters and above;
  • Motorcycle Fleet;
  • Taxi fleet.

3. The assessment period is from 1 Jan 2018 to 31 Dec 2018. Participating companies are
requested to download the application form at the bottom of this page and submit the softcopy
of the application in excel format to and mail the signed printed copy,
together with supporting documents to SRSC Secretariat, attention to Ms Irene Goh, by 31
May 2019 (Friday), 5pm. Alternatively, the forms may be scanned and sent by email. Supporting documents are essential to verify the information and will be used in favour of the


3. The objective of Company Awards is to recognise companies that promotes road safety actively through strong management commitment and good practices for their drivers and motorcyclists.

4. The objective for Safe Driver Awards is to recognise Companies’ vocational drivers or
motorcyclists who maintain a good driving/riding record and display safe driving/riding


5. To qualify for the awards, companies must operate and maintain more than 20 vehicles
(even if they rent their vehicles but operate and maintain them) and have NO fatal accident
record in the year assessed. The following categories of vehicles are excluded:

  • Road Tax exempted vehicles.
  • Trailers (non-motorised).
  • Motor Vehicles owned by Government and Statutory Boards.

7. Participating companies will be assessed among others, on the following:

  • Management’s Commitment to Road Safety
  • Operation and Control Management
  • Drivers/Motorcyclists Training and Awareness
  • Traffic Police / Land Transport Authority Violations


8. Companies are invited to submit their nominations of vocational drivers and
motorcyclists (with at least 2 years of service with the company) who demonstrated
commendable efforts on road safety.

9. All companies who employ such vocational drivers/motorcyclists are eligible to submit
only ONE nomination for each category of awards even when they do not own the vehicles
themselves e.g. dispatch riders who ride their own motorcycle. The nominate driver/rider
should not have, in the past received similar award.

10. Nominated drivers/motorcyclist will be assessed among others, on the following:

  • Company recommendation with justification
  • Commendations received (if any)
  • Driving/Riding record with the authorities

11. The decisions of the judges on the results shall be final. Results will be published on
SRSC website by November 2019 and winners will be notified.


12. For more information on the award details, please contact Ms Irene Goh (Tel: 6547
6596 or Email:

We look forward to your participation in promoting road safety in Singapore.