New assurance first for plastic pollution reduction.
Businesses can now take significant verifiable steps to manage plastic waste and its impact on the environment, thanks to the launch of the world’s first best-practice standard for Responsible Plastic Management (RPM).
LR partners with STC Global to transform HSE management through AI
The outputs from the partnership will help HSE professionals better identify and understand underlying causes of HSE trends, patterns, problems, and latent dangers.
LR Group CEO transition plan announced.
Lloyd’s Register Group Chief Executive Officer, Alastair Marsh, announces decision to step down by end of 2020. Board names Nick Brown, Marine & Offshore Director, as successor.
LR rolls out iLearning Training platform in the United States, Mexico.
Following a successful launch in Europe and the UK, business assurance and inspection services business Lloyd’s Register (LR) has now rolled out its iLearning global training technology platform across the Americas.
Remote Auditing described by businesses.
Feedback from customers using LR's remote audit services during the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed that businesses find them ‘easy to arrange and consistent in output’ – indicating that remote auditing is here to stay.
Pandemic could cause next biggest food scandal.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic could give rise to the next biggest case of food fraud since the 2013 horse meat scandal, if correct protocol levels continue to drop, according to food safety assurance specialist Lloyd’s Register.
FSSC 22000 allows partial remote audits.
The GFSI recognized food safety management system FSSC 22000 has announced that it will now accept partial remote audits for certification assessment.
FPSO Operators could save £15 million per asset on maintenance
Operators could save £15 million per asset by leveraging technology to identify unnecessary maintenance, according to new findings by Lloyd's Register.
Multi-Million Pound Agreement with Swedish Transport Administration
New framework agreement with Trafikverket to deliver third party assessment services for the country’s rail network, worth 28 million Swedish Krona, announced today.
Surveying views from the maritime workforce.
Calling on seafarers and shore-staff to share COVID-19 insights.