TOOLKITS AND SUPPORT DOCUMENTS
Make sure that you and your team take advantage of some toolkits and support documents to improve skill levels and performance across your organisation.
FORS Collision Manager provides you with a level of industry transparency relating to work related road safety enabling you to capture, report, investigate and analyse incidents, collisions and near-misses.
Collision Management toolkit aims to help you reduce the number and severity of road traffic collisions that their vehicles are involved in.
Warning signage stickers are available from FORS to warn vulnerable road users of the hazard and to advise them to take appropriate action.
Van Smart toolkit helps you to understand the risks associated with operating vans in busy areas and having the tools to engage
effectively with staff will help your drivers share the roads safely with others.
TruckSmart Fleet Manager toolkit provides tools, guidance and resources for managers looking to develop and implement an HGV safety system within their organisation.
FORS Vehicle safety equipment guide helps you meet the vehicle safety equipment requirements of the FORS Standard version 4.1.ii. It provides guidance on each requirement including the equipment that can be used, advice on the specification that this equipment should meet and who can provide this equipment.
Fuel use tracker allows you to record and track fuel usage, monitor miles per gallon, CO2 and efficiency improvements.
Anti-idling toolkits provide practical advice to help to reduce levels of unnecessary vehicle idling and reduce emissions from your operation.
Congestion toolkit helps you to improve your delivery plans and reduce the amount of time spent in traffic.
Quiet equipment guide helps you decide before purchasing and make your deliveries quieter at all times of the day.
LoCITY Fleet Manager toolkit provides practical advice and guidance to help implement robust policies, management systems and training that will reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emissions.
Effective Driver Management – An Industry Code of Practice (ICOP)
The ICOP contains human resources advice and best practice suggestions on how to improve the management of drivers. It also contains ‘top tips’ for managing drivers and non-driving staff within an organisation, helpful examples, checklists and case studies from those in the industry.