Over 70 delegates took time out from the Tip-ex and Tank-ex shows last week in Harrogate as CLOCS took the work-related road risk message out on the road.

Members of the CLOCS team, along with representatives from Lafarge Tarmac, Cemex, FM Conway and SiG took the audience through a range of presentations covering the standards, cultural change and technology shifts which are associated with CLOCS.

In addition, Road Safety GB, in association with Scania, took the opportunity to launch a new road safety initiative for schools.

Looking out for vulnerable road users is a crucial part of the Freight in the City safety message and we’ve got hold of the presentation for your review:

CLOCS: Looking out for vulnerable road users