We anticipate that as IRSC activities develop, LMICs, Development Banks, UN agencies and Bilateral Aid agencies will come to recognise the unique resource pool of practical international expertise available through IRSC. We believe that these organisations will want to send delegates for training to IRSC and / or to use IRSC Experts to provide capacity building advisory services in their particular areas of expertise. IRSC senior staff have already developed Guidelines on Safety Management for a UN agency and on Urban Road Safety Management for a Bilateral Development agency . Their senior staff are also providing advice to a Multilateral Development Bank on a major €150 million urban road safety project aimed at improving conditions for "active" mobility in 5 large cities .This will promote safer walking , cycling and improved access to public transport in city centres of 5 major cities in a East European country.
Consultant companies may also in due course wish to partner with IRSC to deliver the training related aspects of their infrastructure projects. The IRSC is able to provide both services and expertise. Financial surpluses left after paying for specialists’ time and related costs will be used to subsidise the cost of preparing manuals and guidelines, translating document distributing safety materials and promoting road safety in LMICs.