A partnership between technical and business services brand, Lloyd’s Register and STC global is set to change the face of HSE Management, as both organizations position to adopt Artificial Intelligence (AI) into safety practice.
According to a news report on Lloyd’s Register website, the partnership seeks to integerate Natural Language Processing AI and Root Cause Analysis tecnologies to help HSE Professionals access Insights on HSE related issues.
It further stated that, the partnership will birth a tool that, if deployed, provides “holistic, end to end view of incidents-past, present and potential”, helping HSE professionals to have a quality knowledge of key hazards associated with incidents in real time.
HSENations learnt that among the other things the new partnership on AI will bring about is a means for HSE Experts to gain comprehensive insight to data that can guide HSE decisions effectively on all safety issues arising.
The CTO of Lloyd’s Register, Nial McCollam said the purpose of the Engineering and Technological Solution company is to “help make the world a safer place and our partnership strategy is key in helping us deliver that.”
He added that, “Together Lloyd’s Register and STC Global will raise the game of HSE management and AI technologies and bring about a step change in the improvement of workplace safety.”
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