About the 3M Award
The 3M Traffic Safety Innovation Award is based on the Safe System approach. The Safe System approach aims for a more forgiving road system that takes human fallibility and vulnerability into account. Under a Safe System we design the whole transport system to protect people from death and serious injury.
The winner of the award was announced at the ENZ TG 2019 conference dinner, Tuesday 5 March 2019. Refer below for all award winners and finalists.
The winner or team leader of the winning project, Virtual reality for Safe System Design, has won a trip to the 2020 ATSSA conference in USA and a visit to the 3M head office.
Winners of the 3M Safety Innovation awards
3M Safety award
Jack Donaghy, Gary Nates, Clement Germain,
Joshua Forrest and Luan You
Virtual reality for Safe System Design
3M Safety award runner up
3M Young professional
4-way stop; Whose move?
David Boyce, Carol McGeady,
Rebecca Dinmore and Holly Burnett
NZ Trucking Association Inc
Safety MAN Road Safety Truck
Mike Smith, Dr Shane Turner,
Jodi Enright, Stantec
Irene Tse and Andrew Garratt,
Understanding vulnerable road user crash risk on Auckland’s high-risk arterials (CRAF and MUAF)
Bridget Carden, Stephen Ford
and Paul Durdin
Northern Transport Alliance
Northland programming tool
Hjarne Poulsen and Stacey Hitchcock
Dunedin City Council
Dr Glen Koorey and Warren Lloyd
Dunedin Central City Schools Cluster