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GRSP membership includes a growing number of organizations from the corporate sector, civil society and government, all of whom share a drive to collaborate in order to improve road safety around the world.
Members of GRSP are part of a globally recognised network of like-minded organizations committed to improving road safety, both within their organizations and beyond the business gates. Being a member brings a number of benefits that help organizations achieve their sustainability goals on road safety.
Membership options to suit your needs
There are multiple categories of membership based on the type of organization, then within each category GRSP offers three tiers of membership – bronze, silver, gold – to suit the needs and interests of a wide range of organizations, depending desired level of involvement, services required and capacity.
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Benefits of membership
Whether you come from the private sector, from government or from civil society, the Global Road Safety Partnership offers you a trusted platform for making a difference in road safety.
Gain insights into the latest thinking and experience in areas of road safety, including scientific research and leading examples of replicable good practice.
Collaborate with business peers across your value chain and from other industries to develop and scale up solutions to shared road safety challenges.
Tap into an extensive multi-sector network of partners to develop and implement road safety projects in communities where you operate. In particular, GRSP’s position within the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), gives members direct access to the 190 Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world as potential local partners that are embedded in communities and partnered with national governments.
Access to a members-only Resource Centre on the GRSP website.
Demonstrate leadership on road safety, profile your successful programmes and strengthen your company’s reputation.
Rights to use the GRSP and UN Decade of Action brands.
Invitations to participate in GRSP events and seminars.
Participate in policy development and advocacy efforts, to influence the wider road safety environment for your business.
Access to ‘on-call’ globally recognised road safety expertise.
In addition to these general benefits of membership, GRSP also offers a range of specific services to support your organization’s road safety objectives. These services include but are not limited to:
- Tailored training courses on road safety and corporate social responsibility.
- Support for local operations, including training and mentoring.
- Advice on work-related road safety strategy, project design and implementation, offering examples of proven, replicable good practice.
- Expert review and evaluation of road safety policies, policy documents and projects.
- Advice on dissemination of good practice.
- Support for internal communications (e.g. workshops, webinars, e-learning).
- Advice on benchmarking within and across industries.
Member categories and fees
GRSP is an association between private sector, foundations, civil society and governmental & multilateral organizations who share a common interest in road safety and collaborate in an effort to reduce road casualties in low- and middle-income countries by using a partnership approach in line with the GRSP Constitution.
There are two principal categories of member, Voting members and Non-voting members.
Annual Fee structure*
|Level of membership||Private sec.||Foundation||Civil soc.||Govt. & multilateral|
*CHF (Swiss Francs)
Voting members are those which pay an annual membership fee. For each category of voting member, there are multiple levels within the category, with a corresponding level of service and membership fee. Membership fees for each category and respective levels are determined by the EC.
GRSP includes the following categories of voting members:
Private Sector Members
A Private Sector Member is considered as a legally constituted organization involved in private enterprise.
A Foundation Member is considered as a legally constituted not-for-profit foundation or registered charity which is primarily funded by a single private sector organization.
Civil Society Members
A Civil Society Member is considered as a legally constituted organization pursuing interests within civil society, which is neither governmental nor private sector, and includes non-governmental organizations, charities, trusts, foundations, advocacy groups and non-state associations.
Government & Multilateral Members
A Government or Multilateral Member is considered as a government, a government department, international organization or an international financial institution providing funds for specific projects.
Non-Voting members are those which do not pay GRSP a membership fee and are represented in two categories, Invited and Reciprocal. GRSP does not accept applications for Non-Voting membership categories as such are available by invitation only, subject to meeting the criteria below, standard due diligence approval, and on acceptance by the EC.
Invited Members may be invited by the EC on the recommendation of the CEO because they:
- are actively engaged in road safety activities which complement GRSP activities in some way;
- represent specific aspects of the public interest involved in road safety; or
- are able to comment and advise GRSP’s activities, to contribute knowledge and ideas and provide quality control.
Reciprocal Members are those organizations of which GRSP is a member and the EC believes that there would be benefit in them being a member of GRSP. Reciprocal members and GRSP agree to waive their respective membership fees.