- They have been involved in the development of safer lorry standards with industry and regulators, in particular CLOCS.
- They are also members of the ‘Action on Lorry Danger’ working group which includes CyclingUK, LCC and Living Streets.
See Me Save Me was started in 2009 by Kate Cairns following the death of her sister Eilidh.
CLOCSThe Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety report was released in February 2013 and is the basis for the CLOCS programme. The CLOCS standards include a range of measures to reduce risk:
- Requirements for safer vehicles to maximise vision
- Driver checks and training
- Fleet management and route planning
- Proper investigation and reporting of collisions
In London, adoption of CLOCS is now a requirement in many public sector contracts for clients including Crossrail, TfL and the Greater London Assembly. However widespread adoption by the public and private sector across the UK is needed to prevent the pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists being killed or injured by collisions with HGV.
See Me Save Me's campaignSee Me Save Me are raising awareness of lorry danger and campaigning for the adoption of preventative measures and standards such as CLOCS across the UK:
- Build relationships with industry and public bodies across the UK, especially in major cities such as Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Cambridge, Newcastle, Leeds, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cardiff and Belfast.
- Collaborate with pedestrian, cyclist and residents groups to campaign for a reduction in lorry danger.
- Keep a record of those killed or seriously injured by HGVs to show the scale of the problem.
Lorry danger has consistently been identified by our supporters as a major concern and one of the top priorities for campaigning. In 2016 we will be working with See Me Save Me to help launch their campaign to have CLOCS standards adopted widely and for safer lorries across the UK.
Please join their campaign by signing up for email updates here: http://www.seemesaveme.org/