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Fatalities in Confined Spaces: do we have tunnel vision?

Date: 20 Oct 2019
By James Pomeroy

Confined space work remains one of the most frequent, yet dangerous work-related activities undertaken. James Pomeroy – our voice on Health and Safety asks if we have tunnel vision regarding confined spaces.

Compliance & Certification

Real time. Future of Assurance.

Date: 15 Oct 2019
By David Butler

Safety audits and inspections have changed little in 260 years, but new technologies like drones, mixed-reality, IoT and blockchain are set to change assurance practices - and fast. David Butler explores the possibilities.

Digital & Analytics
Data Analysis & Visualisation

Ferries at the forefront of innovation.

Date: 8 Oct 2019

With decarbonisation at the top of the maritime agenda, the ferry sector is playing a central role in trialling hydrogen solutions.

Marine & Shipping

Could nuclear power help the industry meet the 2050 emissions

Date: 7 Oct 2019
By Vince Jenkins

Nuclear power as a fuel for ships is a completely zero-emission solution – it does not emit any SOx, NOx, CO2 or particulates. The technology is also millions of times more power-dense than fossil fuels and alternative fuel options.

Marine & Shipping
Nuclear power

An increase in workplace fatalities: is a new approach needed?

Date: 3 Oct 2019
By James Pomeroy

The number of major injuries remains at around 20,000 per year, despite companies investing in safety programmes. James Pomeroy – our group health, safety, environment and security director - discusses the potential explanations and solutions.

Aerospace & Defence
Automotive & Engineering
Construction Industry

Ship lenders make step change as Poseidon Principles kick in.

Date: 18 Sep 2019

Two leading bankers explain the framework’s importance to the shipping industry.

Marine & Shipping

Key safety and technology challenges of using LNG as fuel.

Date: 17 Sep 2019

As adoption increases, Jose Navarro outlines the key considerations and challenges that you need to be aware of to safely design and operate LNG-fuelled ships.

Marine & Shipping

Alastair Marsh on his drive for focused and effective action.

Date: 10 Sep 2019

LR CEO tells Nicola Good about why he is weary of soap boxes and talking shops.

Marine & Shipping

Robotics and autonomous systems: from science fiction to reality

Date: 9 Sep 2019
By Simon Reeve

Science fiction tends to depict robots as humanoid machines. But does a robot really need to be human-like? Simon Reeve outlines some key design considerations.

Oil & Gas
Nuclear power

Using Customised Assurance to stay ahead of the competition.

Date: 20 Aug 2019
By Stuart Kelly

With competition in the food market getting fiercer, many companies are now going beyond minimum expectations. Stuart Kelly – our Head of Customised Assurance - discusses how businesses can ensure these rigorous standards are consistently applied.

Food, Beverage & Hospitality
Primary Production

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