FORS is a voluntary scheme for fleet operators. Its purpose is to raise the level of quality within fleet operations and to demonstrate which operators are accomplishing its high standards.
FORS encourages operators to take a closer look at themselves and identify areas of strength to be exploited and areas for improvement to be addressed.

A successful bronze assessment provides an operator with the reassurance that their operation is being run safely, efficiently and in an environmentally sound manner. The FORS logo allows potential customers to readily distinguish FORS operators from other operators. Users of fleet operator services may ask that their suppliers are FORS recognised.



CEA is the trade association that represents the UK construction equipment sector – and is recognised by HM Government as the voice of the construction industry.



MPA is the trade association for the aggregates, asphalt, cement, concrete, dimension stone, lime, mortar and silica sand industries.



Logistics is one of the UK’s largest trade associations and represents the transport interest of companies moving goods by road, rail, sea and air.

Logistics specialises in delivering safe, sustainable and efficient logistics; representing the needs of the logistics industry at local, national and European levels, campaigning to raise awareness of the logistics industry, informing members about the latest compliance requirements and the organisation of training schemes to improve the skills and knowledge of drivers and managers in the industry. 1



The RHA is at the forefront of political activity, representing the UK’s road haulage profession interests with Government, in Europe in local affairs as well as with other industry bodies. RHA is constantly campaigning on behalf of the road haulage industry and gather members’ views at regional and specialist group meetings, events and seminars. RearView Campaigning for mandatory improvements in reversing safety equipment for aLL commercial vehicles.

RearView was set up to raise awareness of the necessity to improve safety for all road users when vehicles are reversing.