The Grey Code
The Grey Code has been developed to contribute to maritime safety for small craft (under 24m) operating in the military environment. It introduces a meaningful safety regime and set of standards to be applied to small boats in military service, many of which are required to operate in hazardous environments. It sets guidelines and provides enforceable standards backed up by an independent third-party inspection regime to ensure the best possible safety of boats in their defined roles without unduly compromising mission or operational capability.
Assurance solutions for naval submarines
Lloyd’s Register (LR) is the world’s leading classification society for naval surface ships. We publish and implement requirements for all surface ship types, from off shore patrol vessels to aircraft carriers. With over 250 years’ experience in marine design and surveying, we are at the forefront of naval technology – experience we also apply to naval submarines.
Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Services
Lloyd’s Register (LR) helps you manage and improve the design, construction, operation and integrity of your onshore and offshore pipeline projects and network, including risers and flexible pipeline systems.
ShipRight Design and Construction Additional Design Procedures
With current and expected developments in unmanned and autonomous systems LR envisages that, within the near future, Unmanned Marine Systems (UMS) will enter into widespread use through many sectors of the maritime industry.
Battery installations Key hazards to consider and Lloyd’s Register’s approach to approval
This is the second edition of our guidance to clients on battery installations, covering the hazards associated with them, and Lloyd’s Register’s (LR’s) approach to approving them. This guidance is generic and applies to all electric and hybrid configurations, since batteries can be used in any marine application. It is based on our extensive experience of battery installations on board ships and yachts.
Unlocking EOR - Keys to Successful Offshore Implementation in the North Sea
On behalf of Heriot-Watt University, Lloyd’s Register (LR), Computer Modelling Group Ltd. (CMG) and Nalco Champion, it gives us great pleasure to invite you to attend a one-day symposium, devoted to chemical enhanced oil recovery (EOR), to be held at the offices of Lloyd’s Register, Prime Four, Aberdeen on Wednesday 11th October 2017.
Offshore Europe 2015 personnel
Will you be at SPE Offshore Europe 2015, one of the world's largest technical conference and exhibitions for the offshore E&P industry?
List of LR offices by country
All offices are shown in this directory, which was correct at the time of publication. The office finder on our web site, www.lr.org, is the best tool to use if you do not know the specific office you want to contact as it lists the key offices that handle enquiries in each country by sector.
ISO 9001: Quality Management System
Our quality management system sets out the group policies and objectives, and is part of the overall strategy for achieving our vision. It provides a framework for management of quality, safety & health, environment and business systems, by defining efficient working practices and effective controls. The group management system is independently certified to ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 by BSI.
Lloyd’s Register in London
This is the story of Lloyd’s Register and its offices in the City of London. We start with its origin as a classification society in a London coffee house in 1760. As the organisation grew, spreading around the world and into new business sectors, its premises in London followed the varying fortunes of the organisation. In the late 19th century the society expressed its confidence through the development of a new head office at 71 Fenchurch Street, an impressive Italianate palace designed by Thomas Collcutt. At the end of the 20th century, the organisation had outstripped the jumble of office buildings which by then were attached to the Collcutt building. To replace them the organisation commissioned an exciting modern building designed by the renowned Richard Rogers Partnership and completed in 2000. Our tour ends with a look at the history of the site on Fenchurch Street before Lloyd’s Register, starting with the first Roman settlement, uncovered when work began on the Rogers building.