EAPA Committees

General Council Assembly

The General Council Assembly of Members is the ultimate decision making body of the Association. It determines the general policy lines to be adopted by the Association in order to achieve its goals.

Executive Committee

The members of the Executive Committee are elected by the General Council Assembly.
The Executive Committee (the Board of Directors of the Association) ensures that the General Council Assembly decisions are implemented. It works for the realization of the association’s objectives, represents the Association in relation to third parties, manages the association’s funds, prepares the budget and reports to the General Council Assembly. It has a maximum of seven members and a minimum of five, drawn from a balance of the larger and smaller member associations. The Executive Committee elects the President and Vice president, each serving for a period of two years.

Directors’ Group

Directors’ Group consists of representatives of the Members and Associate Members directly involved in the production and/or laying of asphalt.
The Directors’ Group advises on the preparation of the agendas and notices of the General Council Assembly and generates the general policy positions of the Association for approval by the Executive Committee and General Council Assembly, as required.
It also maintains supervision of any Working Groups established by the Executive Committee.

Technical Committee

The Technical Committee is a platform to collect, exchange and promote knowledge, best practice understanding and information about asphalt and it is a forum to discuss issues of common concern related to technical issues.

The goals of the Technical Committee are to:

  • promote / improve the image of the asphalt paving industry in Europe
  • promote innovative measures and best practice to improve the asphalt paving industry in Europe
  • monitor new legislation and regulation and challenge these when necessary
  • prepare position papers and political statements
  • prepare Best practice documents
  • develop strategies to take on the challenges for the asphalt industry in the future
  • contribute to developing European asphalt standards
  • promote new developments such as WMA and higher levels of asphalt recycling

Health, Safety & Environment Committee

The Health,Safety & Environment(HSE)Committee is a platform to collect, exchange and promote knowledge, best practice understanding and information about health,safety and environmental aspects related to asphalt production,asphalt paving and asphalt pavements and it is a forum to discuss issues of common concern regarding HSE issues.

The goals of the H&S Committee are to:

  • promote innovative measures and best practice to improve the working conditions and the health and safety conditions of all employees in the industry
  • improve the image of the asphalt paving industry in Europe
  • monitor new legislation and regulation and challenge these when necessary
  • prepare position papers and prepare political statements on HSE issues
  • promote the effective and sustainable use of asphalt
  • promote innovative measures and best practice to improve the environmental aspects of asphalt production, asphalt paving and asphalt pavements
  • stimulate of the use of the latest technology and innovative products.