FORS Silver: What does it mean?

The Coleman Group is proud to have achieved Silver accreditation from the Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS), a voluntary accreditation scheme which encompasses all aspects of safety, fuel efficiency, vehicle emissions and improved operations.

Silver accreditation is awarded to operators who maintain their Bronze accreditation and are able to demonstrate that they have developed driver licencing verification systems, vehicles are fitted with blind spot minimisation devices and those over 3.5 tonnes are equipped with a left turn audible warning system.

To achieve the Silver mark of excellence, our Fleet Manager Malcolm Hurst and the team were required to provide evidence for all accredited operating centres, covering 62 vehicles across the Coleman fleet, and demonstrating that they meet the specific requirements for Silver. This includes 30 vans, 13 LGV/ HGVs and 19 fleet cars.

FORS does not just help our Transport Department to measure and monitor performance in order to achieve best practice, it also goes some way to demonstrate our commitment to continuous improvement of all transport matters.

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