CLOCS Conference – workshop slides now available

If you were unable to attend the CLOCS Conference on Wednesday 21st March, or if you just wanted to recap on the workshops you attended, you can now view the following workshop presentations:

 

 

Collision recording, investigations and reporting

Focusing on the importance of effective recording, reporting and learning lessons from collisions. What are the key challenges and what useful systems can be put into place?

Corporate CLOCS implementation plans

The importance of CLOCS Implementation Plans and how they help you to manage your progress towards compliance with the Standard. What are the main components of the CLOCS Implementation Plan, who needs to be involved in developing and implementing it and what can CLOCS provide to support you?

Direct vision standards

Looking at the technical basis and supporting evidence of the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and working towards consistency of the DVS beyond London.

Procurement

Explore the new client guide and gain insights from leading universities as to how they are already incorporating the CLOCS Standard in their procurement. Discussions – focusing on the most common barriers and enablers to specifying compliance with the CLOCS Standard.

Site access marshall training

This workshop will aim to focus on the importance of Site Access Traffic Marshal’s (SATM) for site and VRU safety including key tasks including calling in and holding off vehicles, gate checks to ensure required standards of vehicles and drivers are met and an effective interface between VRUs and vehicles.

Site condition assessment & impact on vehicle use

This workshop will look at the challenges and issues that fleet & site operators face in managing and assessing site conditions. The workshop will explore key sections of the existing CLOCS guide and changes/ improvements to the Site Conditions assessment tool, inc. legal responsibilities, duty of care for quality and accuracy.

Site implementation & monitoring of the CLOCS standard

Introducing the seven aspects of site implementation of the CLOCS Standard, referring to examples of best practice, typical challenges and how to overcome these challenges. What can CLOCS provide that would really help your organisation to implement CLOCS on your site?

Business Case for CLOCS 

How to assess the cost and benefits of implementing CLOCS – with insights and actions for each CLOCS stakeholder organisation e.g. clients, site operators and fleet operators.

 

You can also view the slides from the plenary session which took place in the first part of the CLOCS Conference:

Chris Blythe, Chair – Welcome and Introductions

Anne Shaw – Keynote speech

Derek Rees – Progress of CLOCS & strategy for a wider national adoption

Tim Brent – Planning for safety

Martin Blake – Procuring for success

Tim Oakley – Incorporating CLOCS into client procurement

 

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