FORS, the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, is helping its members to progress through the FORS accreditation levels by introducing a new FORS Going for Silver and Gold workshop.
This new Going for Silver and Gold workshop further demonstrates the FORS commitment to helping operators achieve operational excellence. The new workshop will help those wishing to progress from FORS Bronze accreditation to Silver, or from Silver to Gold accreditation for the first time, as well as those wanting a refresher on meeting the Silver and Gold requirements.
There are currently 915 FORS Silver and 257 FORS Gold members, each aiming to achieve exemplary levels of operational best practice. As FORS members look to continually improve and demonstrate their commitment to going above and beyond basic legal compliance, this number is set to increase.
The new FORS Going for Silver and Gold workshop focuses on the benefits of Silver and Gold accreditation, how to upload evidence, areas under scrutiny from the FORS compliance team, and the most common reasons for failure. The new workshop also provides FORS members with detailed information needed to evidence the FORS Silver and Gold requirements.
“We always encourage our members to be the best that they can possibly be,” commented Anne Johnson, FORS Operations Director, “and progressing through the accreditation levels helps to show that they are meeting the highest standards across the industry. In order to help our members better understand the requirements needed to progress from FORS Bronze to Silver, and from Silver to Gold, we have launched this workshop to help answer any questions they may have and to help them through the accreditation process.”
A full list of FORS Going for Silver and Gold workshop availability has recently been released to FORS members.
To find out more about becoming a FORS member or progressing through the accreditation levels visit the website at: www.fors-online.org.uk