In a new collaborative partnership arrangement, dbda will manage the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident’s (RoSPA’s) safety products and educational resources.
With effect from 12 January 2011, dbda will be the home of RoSPA’s publications and safety products, encompassing all workplace, road, home, water and leisure safety education. The new partnership will see RoSPA’s safety products and educational resources produced, marketed, managed and despatched from dbda, and future material will be collaboratively developed.
The partnership will enable the strengths of the two organisations to unite, with the aim of developing and delivering affordable education and training safety resources. The ultimate goal is to reduce risk in all disciplines of safety.
Dawn Boyfield MBE, managing director at dbda, said: “dbda has always had the greatest respect for RoSPA’s work and value our close working relationship. We look forward to this being further strengthened in the coming years, through a mutual goal of reducing injury and death in all areas of life.
“We would like to assure all valued clients that we are determined the change-over be as seamless as possible. We aim to provide an enhanced offer and service, ensuring a positive future for both RoSPA and dbda resources."
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