CLOCS Conference

CLOCS Annual Conference – how to save lives, reputation and money

This year’s CLOCS annual conference will bring together regulators & planners, construction clients, principal contractors and HGV operators across the UK with a desire to embed a culture of responsibility for health & safety beyond site hoardings.

The CLOCS national Standard demands collaborative action to eliminate risk of vehicles servicing construction projects being involved in collisions with vulnerable road users – pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. This conference will help all parties to better understand how to implement the requirements of CLOCS as the Standard becomes embedded throughout the supply chain and across the UK. Download the CLOCS Standard

The conference programme will provide information and tools to help with implementation of the national CLOCS Standard and will help everyone involved to do everything they reasonably can to protect their staff, supply chain and community.

CLOCS saves lives, reputation and money

Last year, across the UK, nearly 500 people were killed or seriously injured through collisions with HGVs and many of those vehicles were related to construction. Book to attend the conference now.

Conference highlights:

  • Morning plenary session from 09:30 – 11:30
  • Chair Chris Blythe OBE, Chief Executive of CIOB.
  • Keynote speaker, Anne Shaw, Director of Network Resilience at West Midlands Combined Authority
  • Progress of the CLOCS Strategy for wider national adoption
  • Planning for safety
  • Procuring for success

From 12 noon until 15:00 we are running 10 ‘How to’ workshop sessions to support implementation of the CLOCS Standard including: Building a Business Case for CLOCS, Collision Reporting, Site Conditions, Site Monitoring, Fleet Compliance, Direct Vision Standards, Implementation Plans and more. Delegates will be able to choose three different workshops to address their own specific needs and interests. *

The CLOCS Annual Conference 2018 is sponsored by Fleet Source and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).

*Workshops are subject to availability

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