CLOCS brings the construction logistics industry together to revolutionise the management of work related road risk (WRRR) and ensure a road safety culture is embedded across the industry. By working together we can help protect pedestrians, cyclists, motorcycles and other users who share the roads with construction vehicles.

Produced in partnership with CIOB and ITN. Presented by Natasha Kaplinsky, the programme, 'Masterminds of Construction', champions the diverse roles in construction and will also focus on ethics and why they are vital to successful working practices and effective construction management.


CLOCS welcomes £214 million investment in cycle safety

CLOCS (Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety), a construction industry-led initiative set up to protect vulnerable road users, welcomes Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s announcement that the Government will be investing a further £214 million into cycle safety. With £114 million of this funding pledged to  the Cycling Ambition Cities Programme, CLOCS calls on this scheme […]

New toolkit for managing and reporting collisions

A construction industry-led initiative set up to protect vulnerable road users, has launched a new toolkit to help improve road safety in construction logistic operations; the CLOCS Toolkit: Managing collision reporting and analysis For the first time ever, this toolkit helps transport managers manage, report and analyse road traffic collisions in a consistent way. This […]

Transport minister praises effort made by CLOCS to improve the safety of all road users

Stephen Hammond MP, Minister for Transport, told the London Road Safety Council AGM that Britain’s roads are much safer than they have ever been. The minister welcomed the efforts that the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme has been making to reduce risks to vulnerable road users1. He told the conference that between 2008 and […]

Construction industry redraws safety boundaries to protect cyclists

Sir Peter Hendy CBE, London’s Transport Commissioner, yesterday congratulated construction industry leaders for redrawing safety boundaries to reduce the number of collisions between trucks and vulnerable road users1. Speaking at the third Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme update at London’s Guildhall held on 10 July 2014, Sir Peter thanked industry representatives for the […]