Just recently FORS have revealed a new standard which is version 6.0.
If members of FORS which to be accredited under the scheme they must meet the new requirements which is due for implementation by all FORS members from the 1st July 2022.
To ensure everything is kept up to date the FORS standard is updated every 2 years. The FORS standard now has a total of 4,850 members nationwide and internationally.
Is FORS for you?
This scheme is a voluntary accreditation scheme to ensure a high level of quality within fleet operations. Operators are showing a high level of safety and efficiency.
If you would like to bring peace of mind to your company then becoming a FORS member is something which we would highly recommend as this also demonstrates commitment to exceeding the industry standard.
How can we help?
With this in mind we’ve created a range of Direct Vision Standard safety systems to satisfy the safety standards required.
All of our kits include:
- Blind spot take car labels
- Sensor systems with buzzers
- Side and Rear camera systems
- Left turn talking alarm
These are the minimum range of safety devices required for your vehicle to meet the DVS safety standards and can be obtained by purchasing our budget kits. If your budget stretches a little further, our standard and superior kits give you extra safety measures helping to enhance the safety of your fleet even further. They also offer ‘plug in and play’ simplicity making them easy to set up and use.
Take a look at our systems on our website – Direct Vision Standard Systems (amber-valley.com)