Road Marking Standards, Memberships & Accreditation
Hitex International Group is committed to continuously improving internal management systems and how it interacts with employees, customers, partners and the environment. Our group takes pride in being accredited to all of the industry’s leading road marking standards and is a member of the key road marking associations and organisations.
British Board of Agrément Certificates
Agrément Certificates are awarded to products that have passed a series of comprehensive assessments – including laboratory tests, on-site evaluations, quality management checks and inspections of production.
Products that receive Agrément Certificates are recognised by building control, government departments, architects, specifiers and industry insurers. It’s a mark of quality, safety and reliability that provides reassurance of the product’s fitness-for-purpose.
British Board of Agrément Approved Installer
L&R Roadlines have Specialist Installer Approval for high friction surfacing. It is a requirement of BBA HAPAS Certificates for high friction surfacing systems that they be installed by installers approved by the BBA. The method of installation of high friction surfacing is important to the performance of the product and poor installation practice can be safety critical. Download our certificate here.
ISO 45001 Certification
L&R Roadlines are certified with ISO Standard 45001. The standard was developed by a committee of occupational health and safety experts and helps organisations by providing framework to improve employee safety, reduce workplace risks and create better, safer working conditions, all over the world. Download our certificate here.
BSI British Standards is the UK’s national standards organisation, producing standards and information products to promote and share best practice.
L&R Roadlines are a registered memeber of Constructionline- a register for pre-qualified contractors and consultants used by the construction industry of the United Kingdom
The Road Surface Treatments Association (RSTA) is the focal point for the road surface maintenance industry. It aims to:
- Raise awareness of the range and benefits of road surface treatments
- Promote workforce competence and professionalism
- Champion safe working, sustainability and best practice
- Encourage product and process innovation
As the largest specialist trade body in the Highways Sector, the RSMA has played a key role in in developing the road marking industry. Originally established in 1976 they have become a respected voice for training, road marking standards and safe systems of work. The RSMA was the first road marking association to establish a Specialist Apprenticeship Programme ensuring safe operatives for their members whilst they actively promote our industry as a key component of a safe and effective highways network.