Viz Reflectives is proud to be associated with and support a number of different organisation. You can click on the logos on this page to find out more about these organisation and also follow the links below to other websites that may be of interest.
REMA (the Retro-reflective Equipment Manufacturers Association) was founded over 25 years ago and is the trade association and co-ordinated voices for manufacturers of retro-reflective traffic safety products. Viz Reflectives have been REMA members since 2004 and are on two sub-committees, High Visibility Clothing and Barriers and Temporary Signs.
RoSPA, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents is a unique organisation that actively promotes safety in all aspects of everyday life. Viz Reflectives have been members of RoSPA for three years.
Viz Reflectives are members of SATRA and use their services as a European notified body to carry out testing of materials to the relevant standards.
Advice on European standards can be found at www.newapproach.org and for information regarding British Standards including testing and purchasing we suggest that you visit the following websites, www.bsi-global.com, www.satra.co.uk and www.bvcpsuk.com.
There are many road safety organisations and charities that play an important part in educating, informing and campaigning for road safety.
The Department for Transport's THINK! road safety website offers advice for professionals, teachers and parents. The child road safety website (www.hedgehogs.gov.uk) provides games and tips on road safety for children. Brake is a national road safety charity which aims to prevent death and injury on the roads through education of all road users and campaigning for Government improvements to road safety and cares for people who are bereaved or affected by serious injury in a road crash. Brake runs Road Safety Week as an annual flagship event to stimulate community involvement in promoting road safety awareness year-round. Visit the Brake Road Safety Week website for more information.
Child Accident Prevention Trust (capt) is a national charity committed to reducing the number of children and young people who are killed, disabled or seriously injured as a result of accidents. The charity aims to reduce serious accidental injuries, especially those with long term consequences through raising the profile of childhood accidental injury among decision-makers, practitioners and parents; increasing knowledge of prevention and reducing inequalities in accidental injuries. For more information visit www.capt.org.uk.