The assessor view on managing dangerous substances at work.
To mark European Week for Safety & Health at Work, some of our leading voices on OH&S share their insight on the biggest risks and the best practices they’ve seen when it comes to managing dangerous substances in the workplace.
PED: Five questions to ask your sub-contractors.
You trust your sub-contractors to deliver. But how do you trust them in the first place when it comes to PED-compliant work?
Why risk management should underpin a cyber security strategy.
With the management of risk being part of LRQA's DNA for almost 260 years, we spoke to Rowland Johnson, CEO at Nettitude, about some of the key areas that organisations should think about when addressing their cyber security needs.
After WNE: Three big topics in the nuclear sector.
The World Nuclear Exhibition has wrapped up after drawing 680 exhibitors and more than 9,100 attendees from around the world in Paris. LRQA's Global Head of Nuclear, Simon Emeny, is back as well and reflects on the bi-annual three-day show.
Taking the lead on health and safety.
In this interview, Martin Cottam discusses his appointment as Chair of ISO/TC 283 – the ISO Technical Committee for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems Standards, and what we can expect to see from the committee in the future.
Improving safety management: A China focus
In June we hosted a “Senior safety management seminar” in Jinan, China on 26th April 2018. discussed the safety of China’s chemical industry and how we can manage safety across the industry. We discuss the importance of improving safety management.
Improving the ethical performance of client’s supply chains
A member of Sedex, LRQA is exhibiting at the Sedex Conference 2018 in London from 13 - 14 March, 2018.
Customised assurance saves money and adds real value
Following on from his LRQA Blog on our experience delivering Customised assurance, Stuart Kelly, Head of Retail and Hospitality Assurance Services, discusses why adopting a tailored approach is not only highly cost effective, but also adds real value.
Tailoring brand protection for the food and drink sector
Our customised assurance services are non-accredited, brand protection programmes and assessment schemes to provide a holistic and integrated approach to the assurance requirements of the organisation.
Real-time assurance and predictive insight from LRQA Assist
Many challenges are facing the food supply chain including food fraud and emerging pathogens. At LRQA, we recognise that digitalisation can support this key area – from individual farmers to global food brands.