Translink Awards 2016
 

Awards are an important way to motivate staff and promote excellence in the workplace. Translink’s committed efforts to be a customer-focused organisation, to make continuous improvements to the services its companies offer, and its commitment to developing employees continues to be recognised in its success in garnering a number of awards across a wide spectrum of competition areas.

Federation of Passenger Transport, Northern Ireland Awards

(Left-Right) Federation of Passenger Transport, Northern Ireland Chief Executive, Karen Magill, Translink General Manager – Bus and Rail Services, Ciaran Doherty and Transport Minister, Michelle McIlveen.

Translink picked up five awards at the Federation of Passenger Transport Awards Northern Ireland (FPTNI) including:

  • Translink Bus Driver of the Year and runner-up
  • Raising Industry Standards for the ‘Improving Safety Culture Programme’
  • Metro driver Paul Doyle received a Special Award in recognition of his exceptional example of kindness towards the end of last year
  • Finally, a Special Award was presented to Central and Southern area Staff from NI Railways for their crucial part in organising rail replacement bus services.


National Campaign for Courtesy Awards 2016

Translink bus driver Paul Doyle received a special award from the National Campaign for Courtesy in recognition of his exceptional example of kindness towards the end of last year. Pictured during the presentation are l-r Paul Doyle, Translink Metro bus driver and PR Smith, National Campaign for Courtesy Non Executive Director.

Prince's Trust ‘Million Makers’ challenge 2016 



Translink’s trainee graduate managers won Northern Ireland’s Prince’s Trust ‘Million Makers’ Competition – an entrepreneurial fundraising challenge that tasks teams of employees from companies across the UK to raise money and help transform the lives of disadvantaged young people. They raised £12,000 and are the first public sector organisation to win the challenge.

 


 
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