Month: October 2016

London Ultra Low Emission Zone – Have your say

Air pollution is one of the most significant challenges facing London – the equivalent of around 9,400 deaths per year in London are attributed to air quality related illnesses. Soon after being elected in May this year, Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, called for new proposals to urgently tackle London’s current poor air quality. The … Read more

New partnership created to drive adoption of the CLOCS Standard

A newly formed partnership has been awarded the role of managing CLOCS – the national standard for Construction Logistics and Community Safety. The CLOCS standard was developed by Transport for London in response to research that showed that construction vehicles were responsible for a disproportionately high number (35%) of cyclists and pedestrian fatalities involving HGVs … Read more

Is your vulnerable road user signage correct?

FORS and its operators are committed to improving the safety of vulnerable road users. As part of FORS Standard  requirement V7 – ‘Vulnerable road user safety’ – operators are required to fit vehicles over 3.5 tonnes gross weight with prominent warning signage to the rear of the vehicle to visually warn other road users not … Read more

Vision Track confirmed as headline sponsor of FORS Members’ Conference

FORS is delighted to confirm VisionTrack as headline sponsor at its FORS Members’ Conference at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham, on Wednesday 9 November 2016. VisionTrack, one of the automotive industry’s leading suppliers of in-vehicle CCTV technology, will also be exhibiting at the FORS Members’ Conference alongside 20 further FORS Associates to provide delegates and … Read more