Transport & Logistics Award
Awarded to the NHS Trust that has seen improvements in operational logistics including emergency services transport and coordination; fleet management; green transport; car parking and traffic management; postal services; and the supply of materials and goods.
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton has introduced a number of different initiatives to help patients, visitors and staff to travel green around its hospitals. These include incentives for staff that car share or choose to walk and cycle to work, rather than drive, and the installation of e‐Bikes at the Royal Derby Hospital. The trust’s Travel Plan, which last year won the Transport and Travel Award at the NHS Sustainability Award, is updated each year to inform people of the most effective and efficient ways of travelling between the Trust’s hospitals, whilst giving a breakdown of how staff currently make their way to work. The Trust only offers Ultra Low Emission Vehicles on its lease car schemes, has several on‐site charging pointsand has allocated Clean Air Zones around all of them.
East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
NHS Blood and Transport
NHS Blood and Transport collects blood from more than 3,000 donation venues, delivers it to 15 holding units and then transports shipments on demand to every NHS trust in England and North Wales. Last year, NHSBT implemented new transport management software to improve the efficiency of its 220-strong fleet. This improves order capture and service levels while helping to reduce third party costs from couriers.
Weston Area Health NHS Trust - Sustainable Transport Initiatives
South West London Pathology - Lord Carter review
Derby Teaching Hospitals - Travel Plan
Royal United Hospitals Bath - New Car Parking Facility
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
St Helens Hospital has taken steps to improve the visitor and staff car parking experience and to help create a more sustainable, user-friendly parking regime. The system uses a new IP-based operating system architecture that enables it to simply and directly connect with multiple technologies being deployed in hospitals and their car parks both now and in the future. This technology has cash and card handling options and can accommodate newer payment technologies in addition to barcoded tickets, staffsmart cards and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR). It offers a streamlined, regular parking service to patients, visitors and staff, and frees up parking staff to perform vital tasks. The ability to integrate control of the St Helens Hospital parking with the future parking needs of Trust was a key consideration.
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust
Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch NHS Trust