Audit and Accreditation Business Rules and Standards

Construction Logistics and Community Safety Australia (CLOCS-A) is a national standard developed to promote strategies and practices designed to better manage the risks and impacts associated with a construction project’s transport and logistics activities to improve community road safety. Founded in 2023, the CLOCS-A Standard is the result of the collaborative effort of industry, government, and community road user groups.

The CLOCS-A Standard sets out the minimum requirements and specifications for key stakeholders involved in a construction supply chain, ranging from Regulators/ Authorities, Clients/ Developers, Construction Principal Contractors, and Transport Companies to achieve the CLOCS-A Standard’s Bronze, Silver or Gold accreditation.

Accreditation to the CLOCS-A Standard is only awarded once an organisation has passed an external verification audit. Organisations seeking to remain accredited to the CLOCS-A Standard need to demonstrate ongoing achievement of the Standard’s elements by successfully passing the biennial self-assessment and audit process.

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