Why businesses must re-balance mental and physical health focus.
World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2021 is a much-needed opportunity for employers to give mental well-being the same attention as physical health, writes LR’s James Pomeroy.
One size does not fit all.
As an expert in supply chain assurance, we have seen first-hand how the scale and pace of change forced on businesses by the COVID-19 pandemic exposed some deep-rooted issues.
ISO/PAS 45005 guidelines for safe working during the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has completely transformed the world of work. Organizations have had to instantly shift to widespread remote working - requiring them to quickly adapt to face the challenges introduced by a more distributed workforce.
ISO/FDIS 45003: tackling psychological health at work.
The world of work has changed significantly, and many organizations now have a much stronger focus on issues regarding the mental health and well-being of their employees.
Allergen labelling – what’s going on?
Late last year, the FDA warned two major US firms for ‘repeat offenses’ of product labels not specifying allergens. Two letters do not constitute a trend, but I was reminded of these incidents recently, as I read our monthly intelligence reports.
Intelligent Operations in oil and gas: Improvements from data
Fragmented data and multiple point solutions are holding operators back from maintenance and cost efficiencies. Find out how to better leverage your data.
Addressing the manufacturing threat landscape.
Today, the manufacturing industry promotes innovation, productivity, and trade to capitalize on opportunities created by changing demand and technological advancements.
Wind power strengthens as decarbonisation drive becomes more urgent.
Creating additional thrust through the power of the wind is the focus of many pilot projects but there are signs that some wind-assisted technologies are ready for rollout.
A closer look at naval trends as investment grows.
Significant opportunities exist in this specialised arena as more nations seek to bolster their maritime defence forces.
What are the key takeaways from the IMO’s latest GHG study?
LR's Matthew Williams highlights key findings from the Fourth IMO GHG Study and what this might mean for maritime and the measures to reduce GHG emissions from ships.