Welcome to LRQA
What does the change to LRQA mean for our customers? CEO Paul Butcher explains.
LRQA Announces Global ISO/IEC 27701 Accreditation
Having been awarded global ISO/IEC 27701 accreditation by UKAS, LRQA can now certify organisations against the standard for Privacy Information Management Systems (PIMS), allowing the organisation to demonstrate their commitment privacy.
ISO/SAE 21434: A new era for automotive cybersecurity
The recently released ISO/SAE 21434 standard aims to ensure that modern vehicles are secure throughout their entire lifecycle, from design to decommissioning, with a strong focus on risk management.
IFS achieves latest GFSI benchmarking requirements.
International Featured Standards (IFS) has successfully achieved recognition against GFSI’s Benchmarking Requirements Version 2020.1, encompassing IFS Food v7, IFS Broker v3.1, IFS Logistics v2.3 and IFS PACsecure v2.
Data, technology and the future of risk management
In conversation with LRQA CEO, Paul Butcher.
LRQA certifies the world's first laver seaweed farm.
A farm in South Korea, operated by Haedam Co., has become the world's first laver seaweed farm to achieve certification against the ASC-MSC Seaweed Standard for responsible and sustainable seaweed production.
LRQA receives FSSC Catering accreditation.
The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) has granted LRQA accreditation for FSSC Certification, Catering module (category E).
LRQA publishes Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing guidance notes.
Global Additive Manufacturing (AM) certification experts LRQA has published guidance notes for the certification of consumables for Wire-Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM).
First vessel certified with Responsible Fishing Vessel Standard by LRQ
Global Seafood Assurances have announced that the first vessel to achieve the Responsible Fishing Vessel Standard (RFVS) has been awarded the RFVS certificate by LRQA.
LRQA leads on 3D print Joint Industry Project for the Singapore maritime
LRQA is leading on a Joint Industry Project (JIP), funded by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) under the Maritime Innovation and Technology Fund, to drive digitalisation and the adoption of 3D printing in the maritime sector.