SARTSMA is the trade body for companies that manufacture and supply Road Traffic Safety Devices and associated products for use in South Africa, and seeks to benefit members through its representative role...
SARTSMA seeks to benefit Members through its representative role and to influence Technological Developments to improve standards in Road Traffic Safety engineering and operations.
What SABS Specifications cover Road Signs?
SABS Standards that relate to Road Traffic Signs are (the current versions of):
- SANS 1519-1 Reflective Material for Road Signs
- SANS 1519-2 Road Signs
- SANS 1555 Roadwork’s Delineators
These standards are available to purchase from www.sabs.co.za
What are the legal references for Road Traffic Signs?
The Act governing Road Traffic Signs is the National Road Traffic Act 93 of 1996, Chapter 9, Sections 56-60 & Road Traffic Regulations of 2000, Chapter 9, Sections 284-295, as amended from time to time.
How can I get a quotation?
Simple!! Just click on the “quotations” button on the website page selection bar page and you can request a quotation, directly from our members, for road safety product items.
How can I become a member of SARTSMA?
Application for membership of SARTSMA is open to manufacturers & suppliers of Road Traffic Safety products and services. Complete the SARTSMA membership application form, available as a download from this website, and forward it, along with the requested information, to the firstname.lastname@example.org. SARTSMA will contact you complete the membership process.
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“The Spirit of SARTSMA is demonstrated in our Passion for a Safer Road Infrastructure for all Road Users. We are dedicated in our efforts to resolve challenges presented in the Road Traffic Safety industry, striving to influence technological developments and improve standards in this sector”
- Garry Savill, SARTSMA Chairman