CLOCS-A Construction Accreditation

The CLOCS-A Construction accreditation serves as evidence of an organisation’s strong commitment to maintaining the highest safety and efficiency standards in the construction sector. This certification indicates compliance with the strict guidelines established by the Construction Logistics and Community Safety Australia (CLOCS-A) initiative, ensuring that construction projects prioritise the well-being of local communities and vulnerable road users.

By achieving CLOCS-A accreditation, companies showcase their dedication to implementing top-notch practices in construction logistics management, reducing the impact of vehicle movements, and promoting a safety-conscious environment. Through CLOCS-A Construction accreditation, stakeholders can rely on the credibility and trustworthiness of accredited organisations, instilling trust and assurance in their capability to deliver projects that emphasise safety and sustainability.

Whether you are a Developer or a Principal Contractor, pursuing CLOCS-A accreditation offers the opportunity to guarantee safe and efficient construction practices.

Click the images below to learn more about Developers and Principal Contractors requirements:

Developers
Principal Contractors

Become one of CLOCS-A Champions

A CLOCS-A Champion is committed to:

  • Having at least 20% of its sites/fleet formally reviewed by the CLOCS-A team.
  • Having a clear plan to get the majority of its sites to be CLOCS-A compliant within two years.
  • Having a clear plan to encourage other organisations to adopt the CLOCS-A Standard.

Implementation and Communication Plan (ICP)

CLOCS-A Accredited Champions are party to a Memorandum of Understanding with CLOCS-A. An implementation plan provides a headline statement of corporate intent to implement and comply with the CLOCS-A Standard.

You will require headline figures to indicate the overall scale of your operations, including the approximate number and location of sites you have across Australia where construction vehicles regularly visit and could implement the national CLOCS-A Standard.