Making shipping a zero-carbon industry.
New study to be released, ‘Zero-Emission Vessels: Transition Pathways’
Safety studies help prepare for significant offshore project in Brazil
Brazil takes centre stage for Norway’s largest operator as safety studies by Lloyd’s Register prepare for significant offshore project.
New requirements announced for FSSC 22000 v 4.1
The FSSC Foundation has announced 13 additional requirements to be included in FSSC 22000 version 4.1 audits, as of 31 January 2019.
Innovative technology showcased at LR Safety Accelerator
Startups in areas such as AI, computer vision and behaviour recognition were the winners in the second round of the Lloyds Register Safety Accelerator’s ‘SafetyTech Innovation Day’ last month.
The Economist looks to LR for nuclear expertise.
The 2019 edition of the Economist's annual look-ahead to the coming year features a discussion piece on floating nuclear power plants, drawing on advice from LR nuclear experts.
2018: The year we see HMS Queen Elizabeth enter LR Class
The largest warship to be built in Britain, the 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, was officially welcomed into Lloyd’s Register (LR) class earlier this year in a ceremony in Portsmouth dockyard.
First non-EU ship recycling yards join EU List of approved facilities.
LEYAL and LEYAL-DEMTAS join the EU list following independent verification from LR.
Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative launches new online platform.
The Sustainable Shipping Initiative today announced the launch of the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative’s (SRTI) online platform for sharing information on ship recycling.
New cyber resilience service to overcome the human factor
Lloyd’s Register has announced that it is partnering with AXELOS RESILIA® Frontline to offer its customers engaging cyber awareness training for all their employees.
Lloyd’s Register unveils AllAssets.
Delivering operational efficiencies and reducing costs is now a reality for industry.