Broadspire UK has enjoyed a busy summer with new colleague appointments, internal promotions, a prestigious award nomination and a unique media profile for one of its expert clinicians.
Firstly, the company welcomed Helen Knight to its offices in Milton Keynes as she took up the role of National Client Relationship Manager. Erika Tompkins and Susan Senter who were both made Team Leaders within Broadspire’s Liability department joined her in the summer.
Meanwhile, Andrew Drewary, Road Risk Manager for Broadspire UK has been nominated in the category of Road Risk Manager of the Year, for his work developing new analytical services for corporate clients operating vehicle fleets.
Safety-conscious organisations from across the globe have made it through to the final stage of road safety charity Brake’s Fleet Safety Awards 2017, with the ceremony taking place in Birmingham on 28th September.
The charity says it received a record number of first-time entries this year and now more than 70 organisations are in with a chance of winning one of 15 prestigious awards.
“I’m very pleased to receive a nomination for this award as it endorses much of the work we have done at Broadspire on the development of post-collision interventions and pre-event assistance,” says Andrew Drewary.
“Fleet managers are well aware that however well they support their own fleet, collisions will inevitably occur. Our belief is that every collision, incident or near miss should where possible, be investigated and analysed. We are doing this by deploying the latest data analytics and first-hand knowledge to provide a complete solution for the logistics and transport industry.”
And finally, with diversity in the workplace occupying an increasingly high place on the corporate agenda, Broadspire UK’s Rehabilitation Services Manager Devdeep Ahuja will appear in the industry magazine Insurance Post shortly, with a profile covering his experiences as a Sikh man, living and working in the UK. Devdeep promises an honest account on the rewards and challenges of working in the rehabilitation sector and how he thinks diversity can be a positive force for change in the business environment.