CLOCS Strategic Partners

14 Nov 2022

CLOCS is delighted to confirm that we will shortly be launching our new CLOCS Strategic Partner proposition to properly recognise the valuable relationships we already have with a number of trade associations, industry bodies, professional institutions, lobby groups and road safety charities with aligned aims and objectives and who are working to raise standards in protecting vulnerable road users.

We are keen to recognise and promote the relationships we have with these organisations to raise awareness of work-related road risk and highlight best practice across all sectors of the industry, promoting relevant initiatives, campaigns and other key activities, and supporting those within the CLOCS community in raising standards.

These organisations recognise the impact that CLOCS has making construction logistics safer, leaner and greener and already encourage all those working within construction to support this valuable initiative.

Up to this point, our only home for these organisations was CLOCS Champion status though this was never a perfect fit.  Champion status was originally developed for the four key stakeholder groups covered by the CLOCS Standard – regulators, clients, contractors and operators – with a Memorandum of Understanding focused on a commitment to meeting the requirements of the CLOCS Standard.

CLOCS Strategic Partner status has been developed, with an updated Memorandum of Understanding, and we will shortly be inviting a number of our existing Champions to become Strategic Partners.

Strategic Partnership requires no formal commitment other than a desire and pledge to work together to identify opportunities for mutual support such as joint marketing, collaborative campaigns and events, and access to resources, case studies, etc.

CLOCS Strategic Partners will provided with a CLOCS Strategic Partner logo and will be promoted on the CLOCS website, separately to the other CLOCS Champion.  

Andy Brooke, CLOCS Programme Director, said,

“It is hugely important that CLOCS works with other industry organisations to provide the CLOCS community, and the wider construction logistics industry, with access to the vast amount of knowledge, expertise, and useful resources that exist across the industry to help all stakeholders reach ever higher standards in their mission to eradicate risk to vulnerable road users.  This new offering not only cements these existing relationships but will help open doors to new and exciting relationships”