Do you have to own a photoluminescent business to become a member of the PSPA?
No – you are welcome to apply to become a PSPA member as long as you have an interest in the photoluminescent industry. You could therefore be:
- A company
- An association
- A sole trader
- A specifer
- A researcher
- An expert in the field of photoluminescent.
How does the PSPA influence International Standards relating to photoluminescent material?
The PSPA has the authority to submit comments on new International Standards and those under revision at various stages of development. These are then considered at International Standard Organisation committee meetings. As many of the experts that attend these meetings are also PSPA members they can make sure that the comments are properly understood, evaluated and upheld.
Is the PSPA truly an international organisation?
Yes – we are truly international in our membership and in our thinking. We currently have members based in:
- The Netherlands
- United Kingdom
Who is the current PSPA Chairman and how can I contact him/her?
The current Chairman is Mr John Creak and he can be contacted by using the contact us page on the website.