CLOCS Bulletin July 2017

2 Jul 2017




CLOCS Bulletin
Another 12 new CLOCS Champions - now 471
Quad Building Services (Southern) Limited
MBC Building Contractors NW Ltd
Gareth Morris Construction Ltd
B&K Environmental Services Ltd
Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd
Graham Construction
Caddick Construction Ltd
Penny Lane Builders Ltd
Bournemouth Courier Ltd
Gammond Transport Ltd
M+W Group
Paul McGowan Grab Hire Ltd

FREE CLOCS site compliance monitoring visits
Champions are urged to have their sites confidentially assessed for compliance against the CLOCS National Standard. Some of the first companies expressing interest in the first free monitoring visits include Tideway, Aspen Build, Morgan Sindall, Neilcott, Mullalley, Avondale Construction, Higgins Construction, Thames Water and Volkerwessels, Durkan.
 
The CLOCS site compliance monitoring visits help companies confidentially understand how well they are doing and to identify any areas they could improve upon. For more details, including a copy of the Checklist, please click here.s We have produced a guide to assist you with preparation of your visit which is available here.
 
Champions should nominate sites to be visited – first 2 visits are FREE for the first 50 companies, thereafter the cost is £175 when combined with a Considerate Constructors Scheme site review.

Refocus on…CLOCS guide
This guide is designed to help you ensure your contractors and sub contractors in the construction logistics industry comply with the requirements of the CLOCS Standard. 
It covers:
  • Key steps to supply chain compliance
  • Different approaches to ensuring your supply chain is compliant
    • Desk top
    • On-site
    • At the depot
  • Roles & responsibilities
  • Developing a strategy and supporting processes
  • Example compliance checklist/form

Seven questions Mace ask at the site gate.
As part of its CLOCS grant funding, London Cycling Campaign is working with CLOCS Champions to produce case studies to help others with implementation.  The following questions have been developed by Mace as part of their everyday site gate checks.

1. Do you have proof of quality certification (FORS or Equivalent)?
2. Have you been provided with a traffic routing plan to this site by your employer?
3. Do you have means of recording accidents?
4. Is your vehicle equipped with an enhanced audible warning system?
5. Does your vehicle have cycle warning signage on the rear of the vehicle?

6. Is your vehicle equipped with side under-run protection?
7. Is your vehicle equipped with a blind-spot minimisation system (such as class VI mirrors, Fresnel lens or cameras)?


For full case study produced by London Cycling Campaign...read more

City Mark 

City Mark is a new initiative focusing on the road safety compliance at construction projects in the City of London. The aim is to understand in more detail what developments use CLOCS and FORS, and award sites demonstrating compliance and best practices...read more


Site operator good practice – Delivery Management Systems

One of the discussions at the recent working group meeting included the use of Delivery Management Systems (DMS) as the primary interface between site operators and fleet operations and perhaps the opportunity to inform vehicle driver checks by traffic marshals.  DMS can be used to:

  • Discharge planning conditions
  • Meet client requirements within bid/tender documents
  • Provide control over what is coming to site and when
  • Manage risk in respect of accidents/incidents

Table discussions identified broad support of such systems of which there are number of different versions currently used by CLOCS Champions:


Free FORS Webinars

An 'Introduction to FORS' webinar will help you understand the basics of the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS).  It will demonstrate how the scheme works and how FORS can improve operations throughout the supply chain.  Scheduled to run monthly until May 2018, these one hour lunchtime sessions will offer an opportunity to ask questions, and any queries that are not answered live will be responded to by email once the session ends. For more information and to register, click here



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July 2017
Dates for the diary
17 October 2017 - Birmingham
FORS Members Conference
Collisions and incidents this month

27 July 2017 – East Worldham , Hampshire
Pedestrian Fatality Man dies after lorry collision

25 July 2017 – Ealing, London
Pedestrian Fatality Pedestrian killed in collision with HGV

24 July 2017 – Albrighton, Shropshire
Motorcyclist Fatality Motorcyclist dies following collision involving HGV on A464 at Cosford Grange

20 July 2017 – Liverpool, Merseyside
Pedestrian Fatality East Lancs Road closure after horror crash
 
17 July 2017 – Hull, Yorkshire
Cyclist Fatality Cyclist dies in Hessle Road crash
 
13 July 2017 – Tower Hamlets, London
Pedestrian Injury Pedestrian injured in collision with HGV
 
11 July 2017 – Westminster, London
Cyclist  Injury Victoria crash: Cyclist critically injured after collision with lorry near station

11 July 2017 – York, Yorkshire
Pedestrian Injury Man seriously injured in HGV collision
 
10 July 2017 – Peterborough, Northamptonshire
Pedestrian Fatality Pedestrian killed following collision with HGV
 
10 July 2017 – Cambridgeshire, East Anglia
Motorcyclist Fatality Motorcyclist dies after A14 crash with lorry
 
06 July 2017 – Cardiff, Wales
Cyclist Injury City centre delays after cyclist involved in crash
 
06 July 2017 – Camden, London
Pedestrian Fatality King's Cross crash: Man, 55, dies after being hit by lorry
 
03 July 2017 – Nuneaton, Warwickshire
Pedestrian Fatality Witness appeal after tragic OAP death in lorry collision
 
28 June 2017 – Orkney, Scotland
Pedestrian Fatality - Pedestrian dies after Orkney truck accident
 
28 June 2017 – Sudbury, Suffolk
Cyclist Injury - Cyclist injured following hit and run in Suffolk

Update:

18 July 2017 – Oxford, Oxfordshire
Pedestrian fatality One-armed lorry driver jailed over crash which killed three-year-old girl and unborn baby
 
17 July 2017 – Coventry, Warwickshire
Pedestrian fatality The death of a seven-year-old girl hit by a skip lorry in Coventry was an accident, an inquest found
 
10 July 2017 – Tipton, West Midlands
Cyclist incident - Lorry driver forced to fork out £1,000 for dangerous overtake
 
03 July 2017 –  Croydon, London
Cyclist fatality - Truck driver dragged cyclist 14 metres, waited for paramedics, then drove off to make his next delivery
 
03 July 2017 – Littleport, Cambridge
Motorcyclist fatality Lorry driver jailed after head-on collision on wrong side of the road leads to biker's death
 


 

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