News

06/09/2021

6/9/21  Vision set out for a once-in-a-lifetime digital revolution that will fundamentally change National Highways’ roads – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) Digital Roads – Highways England

24/08/2021

Using the UKCA marking – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) The government has confirmed the extension for the use of CE marking in the UK until January 2023.    

05/08/2021

Guidance on the procurement of VAS and SIDS, TOPAS July 2021

27/07/2021

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/standards-for-the-fourth-industrial-revolution-action-plan https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-plans-to-put-uk-at-front-of-global-innovation-race https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/uk-innovation-strategy-leading-the-future-by-creating-it

13/07/2021

Road Safety Foundation – Building Back Better – Making roads fit for 2030 

03/02/2021

We are very pleased to welcome SRL Limited and TRL Limited as new members of ARTSM this year. If anyone is interested in joining please contact [email protected] for further information

05/01/2021

Using the UKCA marking – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) 3/6/21 update UK Conformity Assessment – Relevant Directives and UK Regulations  (Government 24/02/21) UKCA Document v1.5 Eurofins   (update 18/2/21) Placing manufactured goods on the EU market Placing manufactured goods on the UK market Placing manufactured goods on the NI market Using the UKNI marking Using the UKCA marking […]

17/12/2020

An interesting article appeared today on RSKH (Road Safety Knowledge Hub) on the issues around driving for work and the number of collisions and KSIs. click here to read more    

10/12/2020

ARTSM – 2021 – New Working Group – WG5 – Services ARTSM have long represented the highways industry in contributing to, and driving changes in regulations and specifications, and ensuring product compliance, however recently whilst reviewing its role in the highways industry it was identified that a large portion of the highways industry was not […]

03/12/2020

3/12/20 – ARTSM highlight importance of standardisation for non contact pedestrian demand – click on the heading above