Your route to best practice

What is a FORS Champion?

A FORS Champion is an organisation that specifies FORS accreditation in its supply chain.

Benefits of becoming a FORS Champion

Working with FORS operators helps improve operational standards, meet local air quality targets and ensures a safe and efficient road transport supply chain.

FORS is built around continuous improvement, where operators strive for even higher operational standards as they progress through the levels of the scheme. FORS accreditation goes beyond basic legal compliance, with our operators able to tangibly evidence how they far exceed the legal basics by following our unique mix of driver and management training, robust auditing and statistic-based efficiencies, backed up by a range of online support tools and guidance.

FORS accredited operators comply with both CLOCS (Construction Logistics and Community Safety) and Transport for London’s WRRR requirements.

How does FORS help the environment?

FORS helps meet local authority air quality targets and ensures a safe and efficient road transport industry.

How does FORS work for fleet operators?

FORS is a voluntary accreditation scheme dedicate to raising standards across the road transport industry. FORS operators strive for best practice and drive-up safety, efficiency and environmental standards for all road users. Joining FORS can bring tangible benefits to all parts of your business.


How do I specify FORS?

To find out how to specify FORS within your supply chain, use the link to access our Specifiers Toolkit.

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Which level will you specify?

FORS Bronze accreditation confirms that an operator employs good practices and complies with the requirements laid out by the FORS Standard. This includes demonstrating dedication to driver and vehicle safety, combined with improving operating practices through effective monitoring of fuel and tyre usage, vehicle maintenance and performance management.

FORS Silver accreditation is for operators who maintain FORS Bronze accreditation and are committed to becoming safer and more efficient, while reducing their environmental impact. FORS Silver operators will have developed driver licencing verification systems, vehicles over 3.5 tonnes will be equipped with a left turn audible warning system and vehicles will be also fitted with blind spot minimisation devices.

FORS Gold accreditation is for exceptional operators that have met specific targets and have maintained Bronze and Silver accreditations. The operators will actively promote the FORS Standard.

What is a FORS audit?

At audit operators provide evidence of systems, policies, procedures and documentation to demonstrate that they meet the required standard.

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Use of the FORS Champion logo BLUE-BULLET
Company profile displayed on a dedicated Champion listing page. BLUE-BULLET
Use of the Specifier’s dashboard BLUE-BULLET
Access to FORS eNews and receipt Specifier’s alerts BLUE-BULLET
Discounted adverts in printed media BLUE-BULLET
Discounts on stands at FORS events BLUE-BULLET
Use of the Specifier’s dashboard BLUE-BULLET

FORS best practice benefits

*Statistics drawn from 139 Silver operators and 2,008 average vehicles

FORS Research White Papers

Local authorities: How to drive up road standards across the transport industry

Road safety is a major concern for the transport and logistics industry, as well as for the general public. Local authorities have a key role to play in making the UK’s roads a safer place to work and do business. Read the Local authorities: How to drive up road standards across the transport industry white paper to find out more.

Want to find out more?


Call 08448 09 09 44 (8.30am-5pm). If you have a specific question, click here to email us.

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Case studies

Find out how FORS operators have benefited from the scheme and how they have implemented best practice in their organisations. FORS is always on the lookout for new case studies for Champions, helping raise the profile of the programme and the Champion being covered. To submit a case study for publication, call 08448 09 09 44 (8.30am-5pm) or click here to email us.