Why does the maritime past matter?
Lloyd’s Register Foundation Heritage and Education Centre is the custodian of Lloyd’s Register’s unique heritage collection, which contains more than 250 years of ship plans, survey reports, letter books, photograph collections and so much more.
Lloyd’s Register Foundation Awards 2019 announced.
During our International Conference in London last week, the Foundation presented its 2019 awards. Congratulations to the winners, who are all helping us engineer a safer world.
Issue 33 of Alert! newsletter.
Alert! is a quarterly newsletter funded by The LRF and focusing on human factors elements.
Top engineering organisations sign data manifesto to improve safety
New funding announced for projects increasing access to data and driving innovation in the sector.
What does the world know about safety?
Our Foresight Review on global safety evidence explores the current data we have, how those data sets are used and what the trends and challenges are for the future evidence base for safety.
How willing are you to "Take a Risk"?
Ten minutes with comedian Timandra Harkness on her new show.
New global safety observatory launches in London
Lloyd’s Register Foundation today launches its six-year strategy to tackle the world’s biggest safety challenges, and announces a new Evidence and Insight Centre to identify the sectors and areas of the world most in need of safety interventions.
Can we predict how accidents really happen?
Our ten-year relationship with the Research Centre of Excellence within Pusan National University (PNU) has enabled the Centre to grow its capability and capacity for pioneering marine and offshore research.
Is shipping ready for radical transparency?
Blockchain has the potential to revolutionise many different sectors so we are supporting Maritime Blockchain Labs (MBL) to explore how these technologies can transform the assurance and safety of shipping’s critical infrastructure.
Engineering X launched to address global safety challenges.
Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the Royal Academy of Engineering have today launched ‘Engineering X’, a new international collaboration that brings together some of the world’s leading problem solvers to address the great challenges of our age.