LRQA has a number of content pieces to help you understand the organisational value of environmental and energy management system certification. Our tools have been developed by our internal technical experts.
Lloyd's Register is a recognized worldwide for its technical expertise. These are freely downloadable pieces of content are brought to you by our industry-benchmarked experts to help you understand environmental and energy management systems standards relevant to your industry and the improvements these standards will bring to you the organization and environmental impacts, in addition to transition overviews.
Helpful whitepapers, infographics, articles, interview and recorded webinars to help you get the best from your environmental management systems and understand the revisions published in September 2015; all to help raise the businesses performance curve.
International Organization for Standardization estimates that ISO 50001 could influence up to 60% of the world’s energy use. These free content pieces will help you understand the environmental impacts of businesses operations and and how to minimize environmental footprints.
Maritime transport has a significant impact on global climate change and currently, the European Union’s (EU) commitment to the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions does not include international shipping, making it the only means of transportation not to be included.
Regulation (EU) 2015/757 monitoring, reporting on the monitoring and verification of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from maritime transport (MRV Regulation), came into force in July 2015. The objective of the MRV Regulation is to develop a better understanding of fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from shipping activities within the EU which could then be used to shape and inform any future GHG monitoring or reduction initiatives.