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.


Transport Commissioner welcomes new construction industry champions of road safety

London’s Transport Commissioner, Sir Peter Hendy CBE, today welcomed the commitment by chief executives and senior managers of leading construction firms to become the first ‘CLOCS Champions’ – taking a leading role in helping to reduce collisions between trucks and vulnerable road users. The Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety (CLOCS) programme brings together developers, construction […]

Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme goes on-line

CLOCS has today (29 May 2014) launched the Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety (CLOCS) website. The website showcases the work being undertaken by a collaboration of key stakeholders in the construction logistics, developer and vehicle manufacturing sectors to improve road safety for vulnerable road users (VRU) such as cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. Work undertaken […]

CLOCS highly commended at ICE London Civil Engineering Awards

The ICE London Civil Engineering Awards 2014 were held on Thursday 22 May. CLOCS made the shortlist of outstanding engineering projects in the capital and was highly commended at the awards demonstrating its status as one of London’s most innovative and creative projects adding social value whilst embedding a safety and sustainability culture. The CLOCS […]

European Parliament backs safer lorries

The European Parliament has voted to support revised rules on the dimensions of heavy goods vehicles that will enable manufacturers to produce safer lorries. The legislation will allow for cabs with improved visibility, especially important for the safety of pedestrians and cyclists in urban areas. Last year in London, 14 cyclists were killed on London’s […]