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Archives: October 2018


EN12767 NA to be produced


Anyone wishing to know more about this should please contact the General Secretary for information.  Thanks

Hinckley point


22/10/18   For more information on Hinckley Point and supply chains please go to the members area

ballot result for Executive post


Returns for the ballot were approximately 50 % The post will be offered to Mark Pleydell and will commence after the AGM.

DMRB – latest update 17/10/18


A report can be found on the members area

The Long Read: New code, new beginning


A very interesting article on the new code of practice by Dominic Browne in the latest Highways on Fridays Magazine https://www.highwaysmagazine.co.uk/The-Long-Read-New-code-new-beginning/4431?utm_source=Highways+MASTER&utm_campaign=29708c71f9-Highways_on_Fridays_27_October_2017_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b1f015d01b-29708c71f9-304276109

ISO – UKAS or ASCB – you decide!


UKAS,  ASCB – ARTSM accepts both.   UKAS stands for the United Kingdom Accreditation Service. UKAS has been appointed as the National Accreditation Body for the UK. This means they perform accreditation with authority derived from the State and represent the UK in the International Accreditation Forum (IAF).   Commonalities between ASCB and UKAS: They […]

Meridian


Climate Change and Industry Minister Claire Perry launched MERIDIAN on 7/9/18, a new government-backed and industry-led brand for the development of connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) technology in the UK. MERIDIAN, funded jointly by the government’s flagship £100m CAV investment programme and by industry, will create a cluster of excellence in driverless car testing, along […]

CAV publications of interest


Amsterdam Group white papers of interest:  go to https://amsterdamgroup.mett.nl/White+papers/default.aspx Road Works Warning (RWW) In Vehicle Information (IVI) SPaT and MAP Document on safety related message set  

Health & Safety update


Recently published! New workplace exposure limits for 31 substances have been introduced from 21 August 2018. EH40 has been updated to include new and revised workplace exposure limits (WELs) introduced by the 4th Indicative Occupational Exposure Limit Values (IOELV) Directive. It will guide those responsible for controlling exposure to hazardous substances at work.