RTE consists of various committees and working groups; each one focussing on a specific project.

Management Committee (MC) 

President Mr Paul Kelly (LuxsitUV, United Kingdom)
The MC determines the strategy and objectives of RadTech Europe and reports to the members annually at the General Assembly, which elects the MC. The MC is responsible for the administration and the annual budget of the association.

Marketing Committee (MKC) 

Chairman Mr David Engberg (Perstorp AB, Sweden):
The MKC works actively in the promotion of UV/EB technology. Projects under the MKC's responsibility include content marketing, market maps, events, and supporting the various working groups, such as the UV LED working group and the drinking working group.

Health, Safety & Environmental Committee (HSE) 

Chairman Mr Martin Klatt (BASF SE, Germany):
The HSE Committee collects and informs members of the latest information on HSE issues. They represent producers of raw materials, formulators and users of UV and EB systems.  Not only does the HSEC make its job to ensure that the classification of basic monomers and oligomers is based on a complete and balanced evaluation of scientific evidence, the Committee helps users to understand the meaning of these classifications and provides support for effective implementation at the workplace.  The HSEC also monitors regulatory developments, representing the industry in relevant environmental and other legislative issues, and maintains regular contact with EU, national authorities and other industry entities.  Finally, the HSEC co-ordinates with the U.S. radiation cure industry, particularly through co-operation with RadTech North America, and European bodies with regard to the European industry’s future research endeavours.

In case you would like to become active in one of the committees described above, you can contact the RTE Secretariat for further actions.