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CLOCS
Compliance
Date: 02/02/2015
Contents
01 Introduction to CLOCS
02 It is an industry led response
03 CLOCS Introductory video
04 CLOCS Standard:
a common industry standard
05 Company policy
06 Operator check
07 Vehicle check
08 Driver check
09 Further information and guidance
Looking out for vulnerable road users
01 Introduction
01 Introduction
Cyclists and other vulnerable road users are
overrepresented in collisions with heavy
goods vehicles (HGVs).
In recent years in London, over half of all cycle
fatalities have involved an HGV. Many of these
are construction vehicles
There has been a strong media interest in
this issue.
A report into construction sector activities found
a number of failings in the way the industry
regarded work related road safety and identified
a number of actions.
CLOCS aims to fundamentally change the way
the construction industry manages work related
road risk.
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02 An industry led
response
02 An industry led response
CLOCS is overseen by
industry-led working
groups, including
representatives from:
> Operators
> Clients
> Vehicle manufacturers
> Contractors
> Regulatory bodies
> Industry bodies
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02 CLOCS Workstreams
CLOCS is being taken forward
through three workstreams:
Improving vehicle
Addressing the safety
Encouraging adoption
safety
imbalance
of best practice
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03 CLOCS
introductory video
03 CLOCS introductory video
Go to: www.clocs.org.uk
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04 CLOCS Standard:
a common industry
standard
CLOCS Standard: a common industry standard
The CLOCS Standard is a common
national standard for managing work
related road risk.
Developed by the construction industry, it
combined number of inconsistent
standards that emerged to tackle the
issues of HGV and vulnerable road user
collisions into a single standard
Implemented by clients through contracts
to be adhered to in a consistent way by
fleet operators.
Consistency brings a number of benefits
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CLOCS Standard: a common industry standard
The standard includes 16 requirements all aimed at reducing the
risk of a collision with a vulnerable road user:
For vehicle operators:
Operations
Vehicles
Drivers
> Quality operation
FORS or equivalent
> Warning signage
> Training
> License checking
> Collision reporting
> Side under run
protection
> Traffic routing
> Blind spot minimisation
> Vehicle manoeuvring
warnings
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CLOCS Standard: a common industry standard
For construction clients
> Construction logistics
Plans
> Site suitability
> Access and egress
> Traffic routing
> Control of traffic
> Ensuring Supply chain
compliance
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05 Our company
policy
Our company policy
[company name] is one of many
companies implementing the CLOCS
Standard at our sites from [date] and.
We have a responsibility to ensure
compliance with this standard.
Action taken to date:
[insert action taken by your company
e.g: We have written to all of our
suppliers.
The CLOCS Standard is applicable to
all vehicles over 3.5 tonnes
Procurement terms & conditions have
been adjusted to reflect this, but there is
a local site responsibility to police
conformance at the gate.
We reserve the right to refuse entry to
non compliant deliveries and to take
appropriate commercial action.
Further communications to suppliers]
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06 Operator check
Operator check
1. Vehicle Operator must be accredited by FORS
(Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme) at least
bronze level
Evidence: Check against the register of FORS
accredited companies either on-line or against a
printed register
FORS is aligned with CLOCS and operators
accredited to FORS sliver level will be able to
demonstrate compliance
FORS operators are now issued with stickers
carrying their unique ID number
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07 Vehicle check
Vehicle check
Any vehicle over 3.5 tonnes gvw shall have the following
vulnerable road user safety kit fitted:
1 Class V and
VI mirrors
2 A method of minimising
the vehicle blind spots
e.g camera system and/or
sensor system and/or Fresnel lens
(the system must be working)
5 Vulnerable road
user warning signage
3 Side under-run
protection (on both sides)
4 Audible alert for
vehicle turning left
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08 Driver check
Driver check
Driver must be able to
produce a valid driving license
for the vehicle they are driving
Driver must be able to
evidence that they have been
trained in vulnerable road user
safety producing a certificate
or card for approved training
from either: Crossrail, Safer
Urban Driving or MPQC
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09 Further information
and guidance
Further information and guidance
CLOCS Client Compliance Toolkit www.clocs.org.uk/clocs-guides
CLOCS Standard: www.clocs.org.uk/standard-for-clocs
CLOCS Website & Resources: www.clocs.org.uk
FORS: www.fors-online.org.uk
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Thank you
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