January 31st, 1966
Certificate awarded to Thomas William Collins by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents for having been free of accidents during the year ending 31st December 1966. Mr Collins was a long distance H.G.V. driver for Samuel Williams and Sons Limited.
Cream coloured card printed throughout in black and red ink. Bears the logo of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents at top centre of the certificate - a red triangle within a black circle. Has two lines, at centre, of typed text added at a later date.
Whole length: 251mm
Inscription Printed On front: THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTS DIPLOMA FOR THE DRIVER OF A MECHANICALLY PROPELLED VEHICLE AWARDED TO THOMAS WILLIAM COLLINS (typed) MESSRS. SAMUEL WILLIAMS & SONS LIMITED (typed) FOR HAVING BEEN FREE FROM ACCIDENTS FOR WHICH HE WAS IN ANY WAY BLAMEWORHTY, WHILST DRIVING A VEHICLE DURING THE YEAR ENDING 31ST DECEMBER 1966.
Entry Number 1714/2 (2007-11-30)