Construction Manager Lorry Safety & Road Risk Survey. Sponsored by :. Methodology. Construction Manager conducted a survey to ascertain what the construction industry knew about the various road safety schemes
If your organisation either a) directly operates a vehicle fleet or b) contracts with suppliers that operate a fleet, which type of vehicles are used?
Road safety - always a concern in the industry - but the growth in cyclists has added new risks: cyclists now account for a quarter of traffic in London and growing in other cities. Would you say your personal knowledge and awareness of work-related road risk (WRRR) issues has:
If your company operates a fleet directly, which of the following WRRR initiatives has your company adopted, or about to adopt? (tick all that apply)
If your company is either a Client/Developer or a Tier 1 contractor, which of the following WRRR initiatives has it mandated for its supply chain?
Many construction HGVs are exempt from legislation that requires safety equipment to be fitted (side guards, rear under-run) because they may need to be driven off-road. This situation is currently being reviewed by the DfT. Do you think the exemption should be…
Construction vehicles (concrete mixers, tippers) are often high off the ground and not fitted with front under-run protection, side guards or rear under-run devices to enable them to operate over uneven terrain. Are your construction sites accessible to vehicles designed only for on road use and fitted with under-run protection, side guards and rear under-run devices?
The new CLOCS Standard for Construction Logistics is the first national standard designed to help reduce collisions between trucks and cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. Which of the following statements do you agree with (tick all that apply)