Saving lives of the world’s poorest fishermen
In Bangladesh, every year over 1,350 fishermen die at sea, in boats without the most basic safety equipment – or even clean drinking water. And when they do, whole families lose not only a husband and father but their only way of making a living.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): information for grantholders and applicants.
Our London office is closed, but we are all still working hard to engineer a safer world. All our funding schemes and calls remain open for applications.
Help shape our new network for Lloyd’s Register Foundation alumni.
We are in the process of designing and piloting a new network for people who have received funding from the Foundation, and who have benefitted from our support.
Global shortage of engineering skills could put safety at risk
As technological change accelerates, no nation can afford to ease up on their efforts to conduct engineering in a safe and innovative way, according to research commissioned by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Lloyd’s Register Foundation.
2019 Conference Highlights
Highlights and interviews from Lloyd's Register Foundation's International Conference 2019.
Safety Accelerator wins global award
The Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator has been awarded the 2019 Global Lloyd's List Award for Excellence in Data and Technology Innovation.
Seth Schultz named new Resilience Shift Global Executive Director
Seth Schultz will accelerate a global shift to more resilient critical infrastructure – water, energy, transport and communications – in the face of climate change, population growth and resource scarcity.
Safety Accelerator wins Lloyd’s List Award
The innovative programme was awarded this high honour for its pioneering work, accelerating the adoption of digital technology for safety and risk globally.
Research and Data Analysts wanted
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation are seeking two Research and Data Analysts to join a growing team supporting the implementation of our new evidence-informed, challenge-led strategy.
Foundation hosts international conference in London
Over 400 researchers, innovators, policymakers, and business leaders gathered in London for our global summit on safety and risk, "Engineering a safer world".