FORS Collision Manager enables you to share data and learn road safety lessons with other construction sector companies. FORS Collision Manager will highlight any common issues and trends so that they can be addressed for example, by rerouting or retiming deliveries to reduce risk to vulnerable road users.

You can use FORS Collision Manager to log and monitor your own road safety data as well as look at anonymised data, case studies and remedial interventions from others.

Download the FORS Collision Manager – Instructions for systems use

Download the FORS Collision Manager – Terms of Use

View the FORS Collision Manager video tutorials on our CLOCS Vimeo channel

FORS Collision Manager has two principal uses. Firstly it enables users to log and monitor their own road safety data and secondly, it provides benchmarking data and allows the industry to analyse trends and will highlight safety issues common to different fleet users and site managers.

When you input safety data, it is securely stored in a database and will be used to:

We take your privacy and security seriously so as well as using secure communication between your browser and the web server (https) we have taken the additional step of encrypting all personal data within the database. Furthermore information that could potentially identify your company is hidden from users representing your peers.

CLOCS toolkit – Managing collision reporting and analysis

The CLOCS toolkit for managing collision reporting and analysis is designed to complement FORS Collision Manager. It will help you to meet the collision reporting requirements of the CLOCS Standard and provides guidance on what to do following a collision, ranging from actions the driver should take at the scene through to investigating a collision and acting on lessons learned.

The toolkit includes a series of forms designed to assist the data collection, analysis and investigation process from the scene of the collision through to post collision investigation.