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DisAbility Alliance

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As well as providing a safe space for discussion and support, DisAbility Alliance is a recognised consultative forum ensuring that organisational culture and ways of working reflect both the needs and the ambitions of people with disabilities. Colleague-led, with executive sponsorship and allies across our global business, our growing network aims to reframe perceptions and empower our members to succeed.

Our objective

  • To be a safe space where persons with seen and unseen disabilities, carers and allies can exchange experiences and support one another.
  • To recognise and celebrate disability awareness and deepen understanding across LR and beyond.
  • To take advantage of new opportunities our digitalisation strategy presents to improve accessibility and encourage new ways of working.
  • To act as a critical friend to ensure that our workplaces and working environments cater to everyone's requirements.

Mark Haskell

I’ve always been proud to work for a company whose underlying purpose is working towards a safer world. I feel society’s handling of disability goes well beyond “being kind”, it also involves commitment from organisations, such as Lloyd’s Register, to provide these opportunities and the necessary support so that all colleagues can have a sense of belonging and contribute to success. As a parent to a child with disabilities, I support a future where employment opportunities are open to all persons who can do the job, regardless of any disability they may have. I want a bright future for my children which extends beyond a safer world.

Mark Haskell

Area Service Delivery Manager, Americas and member of DisAbility Alliance Colleague Network

Our initiatives


Building awareness on both seen and unseen disabilities in the workplace through webinars.


Engaging with members of the network to provide peer group support to each other.


Active campaigning for self-identification especially around disabilities so that this set of data can inform our HR policies.

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