What’s next in the food auditing industry?
With the scope for differentiation diminishing, there is a need to look at newer ways for certification bodies to provide more value to their customers – be it through training, technology or data-driven insights.
The benefits of a sustainable decommissioning approach.
LR’s Kristina Gillin argues that decommissioning – both in the nuclear and non-nuclear industries – should be approached as a sustainability issue, as a complement to resolving the technical challenges that lie ahead
Food for thought: What is the future of food safety auditing?
Our Food Leadership Webinar Series in partnership with Food Safety Magazine launches with a look at food safety auditing, a subject that continues to challenge the industry.
Four trends increasing the use of AR & VR in business transformation.
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are beginning to make in-roads across industries such as transport, manufacturing, oil and gas, and the global marine and shipping industry, writes LR’s VP Technology & Innovation, Jeevarathinam Ravikum
Three digital innovation opportunities for safer food supply chains.
With an increase in consumer demand and increasingly complex supply chains, the food industry faces significant challenges…and digital innovation just may be the answer.
Using data to improve workplace safety.
LR’s James Pomeroy explains how analytics and data science are transforming decision-making in HSE.
The ISO 3834 Journey of Portobello-RMF Engineering.
Continuing in our series of pressure equipment industry chats, we sat down with the managing director of Portobello-RMF Engineering, Graham Avill to talk about ISO 3834, pressure vessels, and of course, Brexit.
Managing spent fuel in Canada, Finland and Sweden.
Canada, Finland and Sweden are among the pioneers in research and development of methods for long-term management of spent nuclear fuel. LR’s Kristina Gillin compares current status and plans in the three countries.
Five ways LR is helping create a sustainable future.
Changing weather patterns, a rapidly expanding global population and polluted oceans act as pressing reminders that we must find sustainable, efficient and clean industry solutions.
Is it realistic to go plastic free by 2050? LR investigates
The EU states that if no action is taken, ‘by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans’