Work Related Road Risk (WRRR): Construction Contractor Compliance Self-Report

Closed 31 Mar 2017

Opened 12 Jan 2015


London Borough of Camden is committed to road safety, which includes reducing the risk that large vehicles pose to vulnerable road users. Large vehicles (over 3.5 tonnes) are disproportionately represented in fatal collisions with cyclists and pedestrians; 53% of cycle fatalities in London between 2008 and 2012 involved conflict with a large vehicle despite them only accounting for 4% of London’s traffic.

In 2014, Camden introduced Work Related Road Risk (WRRR) terms for contracts over £100k and 6 months duration. The terms broadly require Contractors to become accredited under best practice schemes, install specific safety equipment on vehicles and undertake relevant driver training.

In early 2015, these terms were updated to align with the Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety (CLOCS) standard, which incorporates and builds upon WRRR, but includes additional requirements for the ‘construction client’, or developer. These additions include having agreed and risk assessed routes to and from site, coordinated and well managed delivery schedules, and safe site access that takes into account any highway-based loading and unloading requirements. Camden is a CLOCS champion. More information can be found at:

As a contractor that has been awarded a contract with Camden, we require you to self-certify your compliance with our terms. Please complete the survey by clicking on the below 'Self-certify your compliance now' link and direct any further queries or supporting evidence to

See below for some useful links:


Thank you for your cooperation and ongoing support to manage Work Related Road Risk in London Borough of Camden.


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