Specialist Training

Specialist Training

Take the simple route to a wide range of training courses.

We offer you a simple route to a wide range of training courses, delivered by our in-house team and by external training suppliers

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RSMA Annual Conference Booking

RSMA Annual Conference Booking

Top-quality speakers, industry specialists and advice and guidance on the industry are all available at our annual conference

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RSMA Membership

RSMA Membership

We look after your interests and work hard to achieve a highly trained, fully qualified workforce

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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Meet the team

Meet the team

We are a team of dedicated professionals, find out more about us and who to contact.

The RSMA's team of dedicated professionals is here to support its members – and if you don’t know who to speak to, each of us should be able to help

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Decade of Action for Road Safety

Decade of Action for Road Safety

We proudly support the UN's Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020

The RSMA proudly support the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.

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Road Safety Markings Association

Roads without centre lines are like roads without signs: without them, drivers lose vital information to guide them safely 

The correlation between the quality of the centre lines and the number of deaths and serious injuries is compelling: inadequate and poorly performing road markings equal dangerous roads

That’s why the Road Safety Markings Association seeks to raise the quality and standards for road markings across the UK, working with road authorities on this most cost-effective safety measure to eradicate dangerously worn lines

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

It also campaigns in the media and in local and national government to make markings on the UK’s roads the highest quality, by its members, setting challenging targets for highway specifiers

 

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