The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has reappointed Birmingham-based communications agency Wyatt to handle the design and production of three of its membership journals.
Wyatt’s association with RoSPA, which is also based in Birmingham, dates back to 2000 and the new two-year contract will see the partnership move into a decade of continuous service.
Wyatt secured the journal contract after a multi-agency re-pitch and remains responsible for the design, production and print management of the charity’s three workplace safety publications.
For nine years Wyatt has had a dedicated project manager, Dave Jones, overseeing the design, production and print management of the in-depth monthly and bi-monthly journals.
He said: “I have enjoyed working on the RoSPA journals for over 12 years, originally being based at RoSPA and then being part of the move over to the Wyatt creative operation nine years ago.”
Karen Bernie, managing director of Wyatt, added: “We have developed a specialist knowledge over many years of working with RoSPA and have an excellent working relationship with the team.
“The RoSPA journals have a vital role in raising awareness of important and topical issues, and we are pleased that we have been entrusted with their delivery through a partnership which is now approaching its tenth anniversary.”
RoSPA is a registered charity, established more than 90 years ago. It works to save lives and reduce injuries in the workplace, in the home, on the roads and at leisure.