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RSMA signs 'Fairness, Inclusion and Respect' partnership

20/02/2024

The RSMA has become the first highways trade association to sign a formal partnership with the Supply Chain Sustainability School under the industry-wide Fairness, Inclusion and Respect (FIR) programme.

Unlock potential of frameworks, CECA boss says

12/02/2024

The chief executive of UK’s Civil Engineering Contractors Association has warned that contract frameworks are not being used to their full potential to boost collaboration and productivity in the sector.

RSMA and National Highways sign road trials MoU

11/05/2023

The Road Safety Markings Association and National Highways have signed a long-awaited Memorandum of Understanding to enable on-road testing of new marking and road stud products.

Former banking CEO takes over RSMA top job

03/04/2023

The Road Safety Markings Association has announced that Rob Shearing will take over as CEO in May 2023 following the departure of Stu McInroy.

Legal changes increasing risk for fleet operators

28/02/2023

A lawyer specialising in motoring criminal law has warned the industry over the importance of driver training despite the exemption that allows a category B licence – a standard driving licence – to be used for construction and trade vehicles.

Around a third of MRN road markings 'defective'

28/02/2023

Around a third of lane one road markings on the major road network (MRN) could be classed as either defective or absent completely, a major new inspection survey has found.

Top gun on the move: McInroy leaving RSMA

04/01/2023

Road Safety Markings Association chief executive Stu McInroy is to leave the organisation to take up the equivalent post at the Construction Plant-hire Association.

RSMA conference adapts to fit route ahead

24/11/2022

The Road Safety Markings Association's Annual Conference and Dinner will take place on 2 February 2023 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, East Midlands.

RSMA launches microplastic investigation 'to counter misrepresentation'

02/08/2022

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has joined forces with the European Union Roads Federation (ERF) and road marking associations across Europe to generate 'robust evidence' on microplastic pollution.

RSMA looks to autonomous future with local network survey

22/07/2022

The Road Safety Markings Association has selected Reflective Measurement Systems Ltd to undertake an independent survey of more than 2,000km of England’s local authority roads this summer.

The long read: Road marking research - the bad, the good and the controversial

22/02/2022

The first large scale study of how modern road markings react with typical road surfaces has thrown up some bad news, some good news and some controversial issues.

Line up, line up! It's the RSMA conference

09/12/2021

Only the last few spaces are left for the RSMA Annual Conference and Awards dinner, which will take place on 3 February 2022 at the Radisson Blu Hotel, East Midlands.

RSMA selects BBA to certificate road trials scheduled for 2022

09/07/2021

The Road Safety Markings Association has selected the British Board of Agrément as the preferred approved body for the certification of road marking products in road trials due to begin in July 2022.

RSMA helps to kickstart careers

18/03/2021

The Road Safety Markings Association has been approved as a Kickstart Gateway Provider for the Government’s Kickstart Scheme and is looking forward to working with members and partners to deliver new talent into the road marking and wider highways industry.

Highways Heroes: Improvise, adapt and overcome

07/01/2021

Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) chief executive Stu McInroy congratulates the highways sector and his members for doing their bit – with particular thanks to an amazing sales director who made sure no jobs were lost at her company.

RSMA backs diabetes charter

08/10/2020

The Road Safety Markings Association has endorsed the Diabetes Safety Organisation's 'Tackling Diabetes Safety Charter’.

RSMA calls for levelling up on standards

19/05/2020

The Road Safety Markings Association (RSMA) has written to transport secretary Grant Shapps calling for all marking companies working on the public road network to be National Highways Sector Scheme #7 (NHSS#7) certified by a UKAS accredited body.

RSMA cancels annual conference

26/04/2020

The Road Safety Markings Association has cancelled its Annual Conference and Awards event, which was due to take place on 29th October 2020.

RSMA: Updates and postponements

26/03/2020

The Road Safety Markings Association has updated members on the developing coronavirus crisis, promising to 'continue to operate and support members to the maximum possible degree'.

RSMA update: marking goes online

19/03/2020

The chief executive of the Road Safety Markings Association, Stu McInroy, has advised members that while there are cancellations to events, webinar or telephone meetings will be available.

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