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The RSMA looks after the interests of the industry and its members, the health and safety of operators, and works to achieve a highly trained, fully-qualified workforce

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Road Safety Markings Association

Member Interest Group - 26th January 2017

You should have received an invitation to the next Member Interest Group through the post; thank you to those of you that have already returned your booking form.

We would like this next MIG to be as successful as the last, with as many member companies represented as possible. Therefore, taking your feedback into account, the next MIG has been organised for Thursday 26th January 2017 at Pinewood-on-Wilmslow, Cheshire, near Manchester, from 9am until 4:30pm.

As a result of your feedback, the topics we plan to cover are as follows:

  • Road Trials
  • Apprenticeship Structure & Trail Blazers
  • CITB Grant Review
  • TSRGD 2016
  • National Highways Sector Scheme 7 – What has changed?
  • Industry Health & Safety Statistics – What issues are you facing?


For those of you who did not attend the first MIG in May, this one-day forum allows you to meet up with RSMA staff to be briefed on issues of importance to the industry, share your views with us and raise your concerns – all of this feeding into the representational work we undertake on behalf of the road marking industry.

We would like to invite representatives from your organisation that you would like to send to attend– there is no charge for day delegates to the event and each member can send up to four members of staff.

Please 
click here for a copy of the draft meeting agenda and who will be facilitating throughout the day. Lunch will be provided along with refreshment intervals morning and afternoon. If you wish to attend, please click here for the booking form and return to Hannah Langford at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  by Monday 9th January 2017. 

We believe our engagement with our members is crucial and therefore attending this meeting will add value to your business and the RSMA. Any companies wishing to put anything forward, but are unable to attend the meeting, please email your contributions to Liam Sheanon at 
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The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) represents and supports its members and the industry as a whole, providing a base for discussion, training and standards that help to ensure the health and safety of operators and to develop a highly trained, fully-qualified workforce.

The organisation has been established for over thirty years, promoting the industry as a whole and the collective interests of its members. About 90% of companies involved in the road marking industry are represented, ranging from the smallest to the largest organisations, throughout the country.

The RSMA's team of dedicated professionals is here to support its members. If you are unsure whom to speak to, each member of the team should be able to help, whatever your enquiry.

 

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