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Trainers and locations helping you transition seamlessly to ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 14001:2015
Find out how LRQA's assessors added value to the food industry
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Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) is a world leading, independent provider of Business Assurance services including management system certification, validation, verification and training to bespoke and international standards and schemes.
Find out how LRQA's training and gap analysis services on the revisions to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 can benefit you and your organisation.
LRQA has developed a range of training services to assist in the transition to the new standards
LRQA’s energy efficiency services help clients to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions within their operations and buildings
LRQA offers public and on site training for ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 22000, OHSAS 18001, and more. Check out our public course calendar to see what's on schedule.
Our unique assessment methodology - Business Assurance from LRQA - helps you manage your systems and risks to improve and protect the current and future performance of your organisation.
First American Mortgage Solutions has achieved ISO 9001 certification from LRQA for its Quality Management System; demonstrating its commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.
LRQA, the world’s leading provider of professional assurance services, will be attending the upcoming annual Life Sciences College (LSC), an innovative and widely-attended global conference series launched by U.S. law firm Sidley Austin LLP in 2012.
The world’s premier food safety event took place earlier this month, with over 1,000 delegates from more than 60 countries taking part in Berlin during the 15th Global Food Safety Conference (GFSC).
The recent revision to the newly published international Environmental Management System (EMS) standard, ISO 14001:2015, saw the introduction of the life cycle perspective as a result of Annex A which provides guidance on the interpretation of the standard.