The CLOCS annual membership fee enables the CLOCS team to better support and promote CLOCS Champions and to ensure CLOCS is the robust national industry standard for all regulators, clients, contractors and fleet operators across the UK.
Great progress has been made so far to ensure the safest construction vehicle journeys are made by over 600 CLOCS Champion organisations. Together, we are taking action to prevent the annual tragedy of 500 pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists being killed or seriously injured in collisions with HGVs on Britain’s road – that’s nearly 2 people every working day.
But there is so much more to be done. Co-investment by CLOCS Champions will accelerate change.
What will it cost?
- The annual fee for an organisation to be a CLOCS Champion is £600 per annum
Membership fees for new champions apply with immediate effect.
Existing champions confirming before 1st December will receive an early bird discount of £100 per annum for the first year.
Existing champions who have not confirmed their commitment to contribute will have their 'Champion' status suspended from 1st January 2019 and their organisation's name will be removed from the CLOCS Directory.
Fees do not apply to community groups or organisations dependent on charitable donations.
CLOCS Champion member benefits
Being a CLOCS Champion puts your organisation at the forefront of industry action to promote safer construction journeys. As the strategy of the CLOCS programme increasingly focuses on planning and procurement to drive the right behaviours and commercial conditions, early adopters will be ‘future-proofed’ as the requirements of the CLOCS Standard become ‘business as usual’.
Your organisation’s CLOCS Champion membership will demonstrate leadership and help achieve your objectives through:
- support to develop a corporate CLOCS Implementation Plan
- annual review of that implementation plan by the CLOCS team and coaching to accelerate progression towards your goals
- an online account in the CLOCS portal to maximise the benefits and use of CLOCS tools and resources and to monitor engagement and performance across an organisation:
- sub-accounts for colleagues organising CLOCS site monitoring visits.
- distributions list manager tool to aid internal communications and ensure all key contacts receive CLOCS bulletins and alerts.
- visibility of all your organisation’s construction site CLOCS monitoring visit reports and scores to monitor progress.
- platform to promote your organisation in the Champion Directory.
- right to apply to join the CLOCS Working Group providing early insights, influence and a platform to share good practice
- quality guidance and support materials to aid effective and efficient implementation of CLOCS
- two tickets for the annual conference and/or regional event of your choice
- the right to use the CLOCS logo on websites, marketing material, hoardings, clothing etc.
What does a CLOCS Champion need to do?
For an organisation/entity to become a CLOCS Champion it needs to have:
- at least 20% of its sites and/or fleet operating centres being consistently compliant to the CLOCS Standard
- a clear plan to get the majority of its sites and/or fleet operating centres to be CLOCS compliant within two years
- a clear plan to encourage other organisations to adopt the CLOCS Standard
For an organisation/entity to remain a CLOCS Champion, it needs to:
- have at least 20% of sites assessed by the CLOCS site monitoring team, and/or demonstrate that at least 20% of its fleet operating centres are CLOCS compliant.
- show good progress against its corporate plan to get all/most of its sites and/or fleet operating centres to be CLOCS compliant within 2 years of becoming a CLOCS Champion
- demonstrate activity to positively promote CLOCS
CLOCS Champion members are party to the CLOCS Memorandum of Understanding and CLOCS Terms of Reference.
Sign up for membership and future-proof you business today.