compliance

D & G Noble LTD Compliance

FORS (Gold Accreditation)

We first Gained FORS Gold in 2012, after working our way up through both the Bronze and Silver Schemes. To register for any of the FORS schemes, a company needs to show clearly defined management systems, policies and procedures that meet the standards set out in the FORS specification.

The specification covers standards on:

  • Drivers and driver management
  • Vehicle maintenance and fleet management
  • Transport operations
  • Performance management
  • Driver and Staff welfare

Crossrail

All our vehicles engaged in the delivery of goods to any Crossrail are fully compliant and meet all safety standards as laid out in the Crossrail compliancy legislation document.

In addition, all our drivers have attended approved Crossrail training courses and alongside our FORS Gold accreditation this makes us the perfect haulier for all deliveries to any Crossrail sites across the capital.

HS2

All deliveries going to any HS2 site must be Euro 6 vehicles and categorised as fully compliant; they also need to meet the safety standards set out in the High Speed 2 compliancy procedures.

Our fleet has a wide range of vehicles from Transit Vans to 44 Ton Articulated and HIAB Crane Lorries, all of which meet the High Speed 2 compliancy requirements.

All our drivers have passed the Safety Critical Medical and hold CSCS and HS2 Access Cards. We hold a full membership to the CLOCS and WRRR Schemes, we are also one of the very few companies that hold a London Night Exemption Certificate.

Direct Vision Scheme

The direct vision scheme was introduced by TFL, trying to increase the vision that operators have whilst within the vehicle, reducing accidents and incidents, especially with cyclists within London. As we renew our vehicles our new vehicles are being equipped with Direct Vision Windows in the passenger doors to allow our drivers to see cyclists in blind spots.

CLOCS

CLOCS brings the construction logistics industry together to revolutionise the management of work related road risk (WRRR) and ensure a road safety culture is embedded across the industry. By working together we can help protect pedestrians, cyclists, motor-cyclists and other road users who share the roads with construction vehicles.