Conference Programme

RSMA Annual Conference 2019

The RSMA Annual Conference returns as a one-day conference on 21st November 2019, held at the Radisson Blu, East Midlands Airport.

0830 - 0930

Registration and Exhibition Opens

0930 - 0935

Welcome

Stu McInroy, Chief Executive - RSMA

0935 - 1005

Role of road markings in reducing emissions

Graham Edmond, Head of Sustainable Engineering and Climate Change Adaptation – Transport Scotland

1005 - 1030

Shifting Demographics: Ensuring the road is safe for all road users

Nick Lloyd, Head of Road Safety - ROSPA

1030 - 1055

Home Safe and Well

Joe Docherty, HSEQ Director - Amey

1055 - 1115

Refreshments Break and Exhibition

1115 - 1145

The State of Local Authority Highways

Rob Bailey, Principal Advisor, Association for Public Service Excellence

1145 - 1225

Men's Health Seminar

Chris Booth, Clinical Director - CHAPS

1225 - 1305

Diabetes: An accident waiting to happen

Kate Walker, Director – Diabetes Safety Organisation
Andrew Litchfield, Partner - Gowling WLG

1305 - 1405

Lunch and Exhibition

1405 - 1435

Local road health check

Dr Stephen Remde, Director of Innovation and Research - Gaist

1435 - 1500

The cost of non-compliance

Paul Verrico, Partner – Eversheds Sutherland

1500 - 1525

Asset Data: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

Adrian Hull, Strategic Consultant for Infrastructure Asset Management - Yotta

1525 - 1550

The Roads Collaboration Programme

Angus Bodie, Programme Manager - Scottish Roads Collaboration Programme

1550 - 1555

Closing Speech

Stu McInroy, Chief Executive - RSMA

1555 - 1615

Break and Exhibition

1615 - End

AGM

Members only

Download and fill in our booking forms below!

Once complete please send all booking forms to: info@rsma.co.uk

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Don't miss out on great benefits such as:

  • Free promotion of your business through listings on our website and in our Top Marks magazine which is distributed nationally within the highways sector

  • Preferential rates for attending events organised by the RSMA and the National Highways Academy.

  • Free subscription to the RSMA newsletter, On the Line.

  • Updates on issues affecting the road marking industry.

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