USGC policy letter regarding PSC examinations for foreign yachts
At the end of 2015, the United States Coast Guard (USGC) released a policy letter focused on port state control (PSC) examinations for foreign flagged yachts.
Ethane and ethylene possibilities spell optimism in shipping industry
Buoyed by the shale gas revolution and burgeoning volumes of ethane and ethylene, Lloyd’s Register is working with industry partners on the design of a very large ethane carrier (VLEC).
LR’s response to Gadani ship recycling incidents.
Let there be no doubt; there can be no excuses for yet another, tragic ship recycling incident at Gadani.
Managing risk in the fourth industrial revolution
The clock is ticking; transitioning to ISO 14001:2015
The September 2018 deadline for organisations to transition to the revised international environmental management system [EMS] standard ISO 14001:2015 is fast approaching.
IMO GHG Strategy – What does it mean?
A clear signal of the industry’s commitment to reduce GHG emissions from international shipping by ending the use of fossil fuels by mid-century
Is your HSEQ Management System working for you?
In this current oil and gas downturn it is tempting to view the maintenance of a certified HSEQ management system as a costly and unjustifiable overhead when seeking to cut costs and deliver balance sheet efficiency savings in these difficult times.
Nuclear supply chain fraud: The elephant in the room
Our head of nuclear inspection discusses the topic few people want to acknowledge about CFSI in the nuclear industry.