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 showcases the future of construction industry road safety

CLOCS – Construction Logistics & Cycle Safety – demonstrated the successful results of the first two years of the industry-led initiative at its bi-annual progress event at the ExCeL Exhibition Centre in London on 26th February and announced its plans to further increase the reach of the programme nationwide in the coming year. The event incorporated three aspects: […]

New rules announced for London HGVs

Transport for London has announced new regulations aimed at protecting cyclists and pedestrians for HGVs. From September 1st, all lorries on the capital’s non-motorway roads must be fitted with side guards (to stop cyclists from being dragged under the wheel) and class V and VI mirrors to improve visibility. The plan was announced at the […]

Boris Johnson makes Motor Transport’s Power Players 2014 list for CLOCS initiative

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has been recognised in Motor Transport’s Power Players 2014, for his work on making construction vehicles safer for cyclists in London, through the Construction Logistics & Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme. While TfL commissioner Peter Hendy is given credit for coordinating the CLOCS  movement, Johnson has been rightly saluted for providing […]

Announcement – FORS contract awarded to AECOM

TfL has selected AECOM as the concessionaire to take over the management and operation of the award winning Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS). FORS is an extremely successful scheme but as 65 per cent of accredited operators are now based outside London it has grown beyond TfL’s remit.  To ensure it can continue to grow, […]