Month: February 2023

GSAG: lifting the lid on FORS’ advisory group

Steve Agg, chairman of the Governance and Standards Advisory Group (GSAG), explains the group’s pivotal role in ensuring that FORS remains the UK’s leading fleet accreditation scheme. What is GSAG and why was it established? The Governance and Standards Advisory Group, or GSAG as it is more commonly known, exists to be a credible and … Read more

FORS commits to CLOCS Strategic Partnership

The UK’s leading fleet accreditation scheme, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS), has announced its continued support for CLOCS by becoming a Strategic Partner. CLOCS is the national standard for Construction Logistics and Community Safety, where stakeholders in construction take responsibility for health & safety beyond the site hoarding. Whilst FORS has been a CLOCS … Read more

FORS Gold Operator Orlight celebrates cost, environment and safety improvements

Data shows up to 25 per cent savings in operational costs Savings of up to 8.9 per cent in CO2 and 9.2 per cent in NOx emissions Six-year zero-incident record Established in 1997, Hertfordshire-based Orlight is a manufacturer of high-quality lighting products, delivered to commercial, hospitality, residential and educational construction projects globally. Since its introduction to FORS in 2014, … Read more

A guide to the mandatory FORS professional development requirements

Checking that your drivers and managers have completed all mandatory FORS professional development is fundamental in making sure your organisation remains compliant with the FORS Standard. The mandatory professional development requirements can be found at Annexes 1 and 2 of the FORS Standard. To help operators stay on top of their training, we have put together … Read more