Members Interest Group – Last chance to book!
Venue: Staverton Park Hotel, Daventry
Date: Tuesday 10th May 2016
With the founding of the RSMA coming into its 40th Anniversary this year, how the association engages with members has been a big part of its review.
As a result the RSMA are pleased to launch a new initiative called Member Interest Groups (MIGs), which are free for members only. These groups allow members to meet up with RSMA staff and external speakers to be briefed on issues of importance to the industry, share your views with us and raise your issues and concerns – all of which, will feed into the representational work the RSMA undertake on behalf of the road marking industry.
The first MIG has been organised for Tuesday 10th May at Staverton Park Hotel, near Daventry from 9am until 4:30pm, and will cover a range of subjects that are of interest and concern for member companies.
Confirmed topics include; High Friction Surfacing, Quality Assurance & Apprenticeships, Health & Safety Forum, Vehicle Testing & Driver Licencing and Direct Contracting. Industry speakers are confirmed over a range of these topics including; Donald Burton and Sharon Cuff of Highways England, Geoff Burn of Lindon Management Services and Martin Heslop and Iswandaru Widyatmoko of AECOM.
The RSMA believe engagement with their members and the industry is crucial and any attendees to this event will be of adding value to their business and the RSMA. With a good range of companies already booked along with the confirmed speakers, it’s looking like a great discussion for both the industry and the association.
Members Interest Group, Staverton Park, Daventry on Tuesday 10th May is a member’s only event, and free to attend.
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.