Reduce risk, ensure quality and meet regulatory requirements with Lloyd’s Register.
Throughout the supply chain, safety should never be compromised, whether you design products, deliver projects or implement processes. We have a range of inspection services against international codes, standards and training courses that are designed to help you minimise the risk that comes with competing in today’s global marketplace and ensure you meet both customer standards and industry and government regulations.
Our inspectors and trainers are industry experts who work with you to understand your business while staying in tune with the wider inspection industry. We offer you our commitment to inspection excellence, which means protecting your assets and your brand reputation as if they were our own.
LR's Inspection Services
We offer a wide range of services to help you to meet the requirements of the ASME Code. We specialise in helping clients understand the code, offering training, pre-review guidance, and post-certification renewal help.
We provide certification services and training courses for additive manufactured parts and materials as well as certification for quality management systems.
Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
We are a Notified Body and can help you achieve PED compliance with minimal disruption to your organisation.
Demonstrate your commitment to continual improvement with our range of inspection and verification services.
We are your partner in managing supply chain quality: from vendor site inspections to managed quality programmes, we’ll do our best to help you in a practical, cost-effective way.
We can provide first-hand insights into the complex world of welding requirements, codes, and standards and the logic behind them.
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Keeping verification on-track during COVID-19.
Remote survey used for routine testing onboard Hebron, operated by ExxonMobil Canada Properties.