ISO 45001: The new management system standard for Occupational Health and Safety
Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to continually improving your OH&S performance with ISO 45001 certification from Lloyd's Register.
Frequently asked questions about ISO 45001.
During the live Q&A session following the ‘Put Safety First with ISO 45001’ webinar, Lloyd’s Register’s ISO 45001 technical experts, Martin Cottam and Steve Williams, answered the audience’s questions about the migration process.
Ready to audit your Food Safety Culture?
Cheryl Stevens – Strategic Client Manager, Food Safety – BRC at Lloyd’s Register talks about the role of culture in driving a commitment to food safety underpinned with the BRC Food Safety Culture Module. Download now!
Change management & process approach to food safety
In this on-demand webcast, Mervyn Stone, Lloyd’s Register Food Assessment Manager – North America, discusses why change management is so important in the food industry.
Assurance services for seafood.
Providing specialist assurance and brand protection for the global fisheries and aquaculture sectors.
Managing food safety with SQF in Primary Product, Manufacturing, Food Packaging and Storage & Distribution.
ISO 22000:2018 Analysis and Transition Guide.
In June 2018, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) published the new edition of international food safety management system (FSMS) standard ISO 22000:2018.
What is ISO 22000:2018?
ISO 22000:2018, Food safety management systems provides requirements for any organization in the food chain, looking to establish or maintain a food safety management system.
Customized assurance saves money and adds real value
In this interview, Stuart Kelly, Head of Retail and Hospitality Assurance Services at Lloyd’s Register, addresses why adopting a tailored approach is not only highly cost effective, but also adds real value.
The importance of auditor competency in driving food safety
The latest GFSI Benchmarking Requirements focuses on improving auditor competency. Auditors of GFSI-recognized certification programs are required to pass an exam designed to assess competency across a range of skills.