Talking pressure vessels, safety, and Brexit.
Continuing in our series of pressure equipment industry chats, we sat down with two leaders from Graham Hart (Process Technology) Ltd (GHPT).
The future in focus.
Our Technology Radar special report highlights six key findings on the use of predictive analytics in the Oil & Gas industry.
ISO 14001:2015: Lessons learned from the transition period.
The September 2018 deadline for organisations to transition to the revised international environmental management system (EMS) standard ISO 14001:2015 has now passed. If you are new to ISO 14001, what lessons can you learn from the transition period.
Appealing to a wider audience is top of the Health and Safety agenda.
Martin Cottam, Chair of ISO/TC 283, gives an update on what’s in the pipeline for ISO 45001.
Pipeline monitoring: Fibre optics in new facility permitting.
Pipeline operators, especially those contemplating new facilities, have increasingly observed society and local communities becoming less tolerant of the development of new pipelines projects and infrastructure. Most of these fears are rooted in the
Improving human safety through digital innovation.
Meet the startup finalists and winners of the Lloyd's Register Safety Accelerator Round 1 Innovation Challenges who are developing cutting-edge technologies to improve human safety onboard ships and floating platforms.
The assessor view on managing dangerous substances at work.
To mark European Week for Safety & Health at Work, some of our leading voices on OH&S share their insight on the biggest risks and the best practices they’ve seen when it comes to managing dangerous substances in the workplace.
PED: Five questions to ask your sub-contractors.
You trust your sub-contractors to deliver. But how do you trust them in the first place when it comes to PED-compliant work?
35 years of ship casualties around the world – what have we learnt?
As LR's Ship Emergency Response Service (SERS) reaches the milestone of 35 years of operation, Dave Widger reflects on the lessons that have been learnt.
Regional Geological Mapping - data unlocked.
As part of the OGA's Regional Geological Mapping project, over the last two years a team of geoscientists has been working hard to deliver the maps and datasets for key areas in the UKCS. Below summarises what’s been achieved and the look ahead.