ABOUT REMA

If you are a first-time visitor, please spend a little time looking around the site where you will find much useful information. If you require technical support or wish to purchase particular retroreflective products, then this is the website for you! In the unlikely event that you cannot find what you want, then please contact our secretary, Andrew Pledge.

REMA is the trade association for manufacturers of retroreflective traffic safety products which are used mainly on the highway, but are also to be found, for example, at airports, industrial sites and sports grounds. The products provide visual information, day and night, for both permanent and temporary traffic needs. Associate membership is available for organisations or companies providing a technical service to full members (see membership details).

Founded nearly 40 years ago it is the co-ordinated voice for companies involved in the ever-changing traffic safety industry. The Association has regular and ongoing contact with government (DfT and HE), standards organisations (BSI and CEN), Enforcers (Police), Users (Highways Authorities and Public Utilities).

Because of the diverse product range, REMA is structured with 8 specialist subcommittees. Each subcommittee is dedicated to a particular product or group of products, ensuring focused attention, expertise, representation and influence where and when it is needed. Members may belong to one or more subcommittees (see subcommittees).

All REMA members are required by our Constitution to manufacture and supply products which conform fully to the latest Standards, Regulations and legislation. A guarantee of quality.

REMA welcomes new members. Please look at the membership details page on this web site.

Further information can be obtained from the REMA secretary:

Andrew Pledge
REMA Secretariat
19 Teg Down Meads
Winchester
Hampshire
SO22 5NF
Tel:(44) 07764 882193
Email: Andy Pledge

Latest News & Events

REMA Sub-committee Membership update

REMA Sub-committee membership.

see the latest details of REMA sub-committee membership

Next Meetings of the REMA Council and Quality & Development (QAD) Sub-Committee

Next Meetings

of the REMA Council and Quality & Development (QAD) Sub-Committee

News on The Traffic Signs Manual

News on Traffic Signs Manual

Through the Traffic Signs Manual, the Department for Transport provides guidance to traffic authorities and sign designers on good practice in respect of the design and use of traffic signs in order to provide appropriate and adequate information for road users. The Manual is published by TSO as a number of discrete chapters each of which deals with a specific signing topic.