FORS Counter Terrorism toolkit created
FORS has developed new online toolkits and guidance, which includes a new requirement to help fleets guard against the threat from terrorism.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme has updated its guidance, aligning with it new attainment criteria to help members with ever more diverse vehicle fleets attain higher operating standards. This fifth iteration of the document sets new parameters to help members improve environmental operating practices, and includes a new requirement to help fleets guard against the threat from terrorism.
A free FORS Counter Terrorism toolkit has also been created to help members meet new Bronze requirement ‘O7 Counter terrorism’. The toolkit provides members with advice on writing an effective counter terrorism policy and highlights which procedures they must have in place to support the policy.
Graham Holder, FORS head of Quality Assurance & Compliance, said: “The FORS Standard is updated every two years in order to maintain relevance in a fast-moving industry. Along with our dedicated helpline, the free toolkits and guidance are designed to assist FORS members as they progress through accreditation, and work towards even higher standards of operation and best practice.”