World Food Safety Day 2019
Today marks World Food Safety Day. At Lloyd’s Register, however, every day is a food safety day.
Three updated marine regulations you need to know about in 2019.
SOLAS damage stability, EU MRV and IMO DCS and MARPOL ANNEX VI: what you need to know to prepare and comply.
Employee engagement the key to unlocking value from big data in HSE.
Our voice on health, safety and the environment, James Pomeroy, explains how big data can help build a safer working world and the key to successfully integrating it into your business.
Food safety audits: Challenges, fatigue, and future strategy.
The results are in from our first Food Leadership series webinar and provide excellent insight into the key issues the industry is facing around audits.
Meeting the changing needs of today’s learners.
Training research highlights the changing needs of our customers and individual learners with the introduction of new technologies and working practices.
The story behind rig intake services over a volatile decade.
Having comprehensively evolved rig intake services since the acquisition of inspection leaders ModuSpec in 2008 and WEST Engineering Services (2012), we share some global insights on the changes over the last ten years.
The key to successful Oil & Gas decommissioning in the Middle East.
With a significant number and concentration of older oil and gas facilities, decommissioning is becoming a hot topic in the Middle East. In the final part of the series, our expert reveals how to ensure your project succeeds.
Sulphur 2020 - Countdown to the switchover.
Tim Wilson, our voice on Sulphur 2020, on why a proactive mindset is required for managing the 2020 sulphur limit on marine fuels.
OHS experts debate ISO 45001 one year on.
IOSH Magazine’s round table brought together health and safety experts including Martin Cottam, LR’s group technical assurance and quality director, to discuss the experiences of the standard one year on and what’s next.
Decommissioning Oil & Gas assets in the Middle East: plan to succeed.
In the third of a four-part series, our expert emphasises the importance of detailed planning to avoid costs spiralling out of control.