CLOCS Strategic Partners

As CLOCS drives safer, leaner and greener construction logistics, it appreciates the value of developing relationships with other organisations, trade associations, industry bodies, professional institutions, lobby groups or charities with aligned aims and objectives and who are working to raise standards in protecting vulnerable road users.

CLOCS looks to recognise, promote and utilise the relationships it has 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.

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

Partnership requires no formal commitment other than a desire and pledge to work together to identify opportunities for mutual support such as promoting initiatives and other key activities, producing content for newsletters, developing resources, supporting campaigns and events, etc.

The Association for Project Safety [APS] is the representative professional body dedicated to working in partnership to eliminate deaths, tackle ill-health and manage risks throughout the whole life of any project in the built environment.

The Association of Vehicle Installers are here to support the Aftermarket Vehicle Installation & Conversion industry to set standards in professionalism, provide training, development, create positive perceptions and confidence for their customers. We will help support both CLOCS members and Partners with impartial advice on the installation of equipment on vehicles to meet the requirement for CLOCS as well as, DVS and Other standards.

The British Aggregates Association was formed in 1999 and is now firmly established as the voice of the UK’s independent SME quarry operators. The association provides essential support and advice in all health and safety, planning, transport, environmental, technical and regulatory issues; whilst ensuring that the voice of the independent sector is heard at all levels of the UK administrations.

Brake is a national road safety charity, founded in 1995, that exists to stop deaths and serious injuries on roads, and to care for families bereaved and injured in road crashes.

Brake campaigns for safe and healthy roads through seeking government policies and investment to end the carnage, and through projects that help communities, schools and employers promote safe and healthy streets locally. Brake delivers Road Safety Week, the UK’s biggest road safety campaign.

Brake is the national provider of care and support to victims of road crashes and their families through the National Road Victim Service, helping families cope with the shock, turmoil and devastation that road crashes cause across the UK every day.

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Build UK is the leading representative organisation for the UK construction industry. Bringing together Clients, Contractors, Trade Associations representing a wide range of Specialist Contractors, and other organisations committed to industry collaboration, Build UK represents in excess of 40% of UK construction.

CIRAS is an independent, not for profit confidential reporting service, with over 1,900 member organisations. Our ambition is to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of staff and passengers across the transport sector. Transport workers can contact us and we listen to their concerns, in complete confidence. We then raise the concern with the company and send their response back to the worker, so they know what action has been taken. Our members use the intelligence they receive from reports to reduce risk, improve safety and wellbeing, and foster a positive safety culture.

The Considerate Constructors Scheme is a not-for-profit, independent organisation founded to raise standards in the construction industry. Construction sites, companies and suppliers voluntarily register with the Scheme and agree to abide by the Code of Considerate Practice, designed to encourage best practice beyond statutory requirements.

The CCLG is the only truly independent client group for private, public, and regulated clients - the recognised home for leading clients. The CCLG has a thriving Best Practice Working Group which is open to clients wishing to share best practice, benchmark performance, and network to learn and influence on the pressing issues facing clients and the industry at large. We also have many informal settings and other working groups where our members can test their ideas and have conversations to establish what works, building from simple ideas into working solutions in a safe and secure environment.

Construction Logistics and Community Safety – Australia (CLOCS-A) is a national good practice approach for managing the risks and impacts associated with a construction project on road transport and logistics activities to improve community road safety. It was developed to provide a consistent framework for industry to achieve and has been inspired by the success of the CLOCS Program established in the United Kingdom in reducing road trauma associated with construction logistics. The primary goal of CLOCS-A is that a similar reduction in lives lost and serious injuries can be achieved locally on our roads in Australia.

Construction Industry Publications sell and publish a range of health and safety and environmental manuals, DVDs, books and report forms from all of the leading specialist publishers, for construction professionals, Architects, Designers, Civil Engineers and Specialist Consultants. For over 50 years our leading Health and Safety and Environmental Manuals have been helping those working in construction comply with health and safety, and environmental legislation. Available as both hardcopy and digitally, these comprehensive information services, written by the industry for the industry, are always up-to-date with the latest legislative changes and guidance.

Our mission at Cycling UK is to enable millions more to cycle. Imagine a country where cycling is a safe and popular mode of transport for people of all backgrounds and abilities, where air pollution is no longer poisoning our children, obesity has been eliminated, and traffic congestion is gone. This is Cycling UK’s vision.

Driving for Better Business is a government-backed National Highways programme to help employers reduce work-related road risk, control the associated costs, and improve compliance with current legislation and guidance. It is free to access and contains useful online tools and resources to help evaluate practices, strengthen culture, and enhance performance and demonstrate leadership in the management of work-related road risk.

FORS helps businesses improve operator safety, fuel efficiency and vehicle emissions. It also helps embed economical operations throughout. FORS is a voluntary accreditation scheme that is an effective way to demonstrate to clients you are a high-performing operator who seeks to instil industry-leading best practice.

LHC was established by London Boroughs in 1966 and now has offices and field based staff throughout England, Wales and Scotland. More than 700 public organisations have used our frameworks.

Our clients and suppliers trust in our knowledge and experience, technical expertise, commitment to better homes and buildings and fast and efficient procurement which delivers financial gains.

The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity is the only charity that provides emotional, physical and financial wellbeing support to the construction community and their families. A crucial element of our strategy is to provide a wide range of free and widely available pro-active resources to support the industry.

LCC is a mass membership charity that advocates for cycling to be made safer for everyone and works to reduce road danger to all. LCC has supported the industry-led CLOCS programme from the start, as an effective way to reduce work-related road risk. We urge all London boroughs and all fleet operators to reduce road danger by joining CLOCS.

Mission Zero is a scheme for organisations to adopt a roadmap towards the vision of zero collisions, zero emissions and zero prohibitions. Working with a range of industry stakeholders, we have used our collective knowledge of fleet standards to develop a scheme that meets fleet operator needs, legal obligations and customer expectations; whilst ensuring a quality standard that is accurate, consistent and reliable.

MPA is the industry trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries, and has a growing membership of 520 companies and is the sectoral voice for mineral products. Since its formation in 2009, MPA has grown significantly and now represents the vast majority of UK mineral products operating companies across its 14 product groups.

NFDC has been the driving force behind the evolution of the demolition industry since 1941. They bring together 130+ contractors to raise the standards of demolition in the UK, ensure safety on demolition sites, promote peer learning, and much more. Their members must adhere to rigorous standards, including industry-recognised workforce training and environmentally responsible processes.

The RoadPeace vision is for a world where road danger is not tolerated and where road crash victims receive justice and compassion. They exist to support and empower those bereaved and injured by road crashes and their families; to improve the justice system’s post-crash response and to spare future generations from preventable death and injury.

SECBE aims to inspire the construction industry to deliver better infrastructure and buildings in a more collaborative and cost-effective way, consistently. SECBE’s mission: to drive positive change through the built environment sector – using core values of collaboration, innovation, and inspiration to secure adequate investment and action.

The See Me Save Me vision is a society where people feel free to choose any mode of travel - walk, cycle, scoot, motorbike - without fear of death or injury from  a collision with an HGV. Their mission is to challenge, engage and work with industry, policy makers and justice professionals to eliminate death and injury from collisions between HGVs and vulnerable road users.

SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) Ltd brings together over 50 of the UK's leading H&S assessment schemes and UKAS accredited Certification Bodies with the fundamental aim to reduce health and safety assessment duplication within the supply chain and to encourage and maximise mutual recognition between all SSIP members.

SSIP provides confidence in pre-qualification H&S assessments ensuring a consistent standard is applied by all members. All valid assessments completed by member schemes are detailed on the SSIP portal

This Portal allows buyers to quickly identify suppliers who meet the 'SSIP' H&S standard and enables mutual-recognition of all H&S assessments completed by all SSIP Member Schemes easily with ease.

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a professional membership body that government and industry listen to while providing unrivalled support to our 95,000 civil engineer members. We help the industry learn and share our knowledge, so we can maintain the natural and built environment. We also promote the essential contribution that civil engineers make to society worldwide.

Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) is the local government body responsible for delivering Greater Manchester’s transport strategy and commitments. More than 5.6 million journeys are made across Greater Manchester’s transport network each day. We put the customer first in everything we do to help make travel as safe and simple as possible.

Transport for London (TfL) are the integrated transport authority responsible for meeting the Mayor's strategy and commitments on transport in London. They run the day-to-day operation of the Capital's public transport network and manage London's main roads.

TRL (formerly the Transport Research Laboratory) is a team of expert scientists, engineers and specialists who work together with our clients and partners to create the future of transport.

The TRL group of companies is owned by the Transport Research Foundation: a non profit-distributing social purpose company that enables our experts to give independent advice without influence from shareholders or finance companies. We work all over the world to make transport safer, cleaner and more accessible for everyone.