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 commends new national Vulnerable Road Users course for construction industry

Considerate Constructors Scheme creates e-learning course on Best Practice Hub to achieve greater awareness of vulnerable road users London, United Kingdom, 18 January 2016: The Best Practice Hub – the construction industry’s free to access online platform for sharing best practice – has produced an e-learning course about Vulnerable road users. Launched on 9 January, […]

CLOCS Champions – Land Securities, Mace and Tarmac – feature in ITN Productions programme ‘Masterminds of Construction’

CIOB/ITN Productions partnership shows how the construction industry is working together to improve road safety London, United Kingdom, 13 December 2016: CLOCS – the national standard for Construction Logistics and Community Safety – features in CIOB’s ‘Masterminds of Construction’ with partners, Land Securities, Mace and Tarmac. For a second year running, the Chartered Institute of […]

New Partnership articles appear in various publications

Construction Index CLOCS scheme to go nationwide Construction Industry Council New partnership created to drive adoption of the CLOCS Standard Construction Manager CLOCS vehicle standard moves forward Housing Association magazine New partnership created to drive adoption of the CLOCS Standard Premises & Facilities Management Magazine Logistics and safety managed by new construction partnership Project Scotland […]