Counterfeit, Fraudulent and Suspect items (CFSI) can be a significant issue in any supply chain or project. In a nuclear facility the impact can be wide-ranging and damage the environment, the social standing and the value of the asset. LR have a range of services to support you in prevention and detection.
What we offer
Supply Chain Assessment
Our specialists tailor our assessment to you, using a risk-based approach to target your concerns and the latest industry feedback
Training and Facilitation
Our training courses can be tailored to address your project environment. We also include open dialogue sessions to influence individual thinking and recognition of a nuclear safety culture.
We can also confirm that assets comply with statutory requirements, regulations or standards. LR has the authority to carry out third-party inspections including ASME, PED, RCC-M, and KEPIC.
Why choose LR?
LR has been involved as an independent provider of assessment and statutory services for the nuclear industry for more than 60 years. As the UK's first ITPIA, we approved the design and conducted a full survey from the steel works to testing on site of the Calder Hall plant in the 1950's. Calder Hall was the world's first full-scale civil nuclear power plant.
We were also appointed ITPIA for the Sizewell B plant, now operated by EDF. More recently we were named ITPIA For the Hinkley Point C plant and for the Wylfa Newydd nuclear power plant in North Wales.
We have certified 18 Magnox reactors in the UK, Italy and Japan; 4 AGR's, 9 PWR's and 1 FBR.
Who we work with
We help businesses across dozens of sectors push forward and achieve like never before. How can we help you?
Aker BP: Using data intelligently to cut planned maintenance in half.
LR AllAssets Maintenance Optimisation reduces planned maintenance of centrifugal pumps and fire and gas detectors by up to 50%.
What we think
LR's experts regularly share their research and insights.
Join us at these forthcoming events
6 May 19
OTC Houston 2019.
7 May 19
14 May 19
Safetytech Showcase at Plug and Play's Spring Summit