Steve Williams, Alberto Melis, Panagiotis Kamarados, and Wayne Roden; Lloyd’s Register

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Steve Williams
In his role as System and Governance Manager, Steve is responsible for defining and monitoring the service delivery process requirements for LR’s global certification, verification and validation products, helping to assure the integrity of the services delivered and ensuring compliance with LR’s accreditation and regulatory approvals.
Steve represents LR externally on various UK Government, European Commission, ISO and International Accreditation Forum (IAF) committees. He has a wealth of experience in standards development, having been involved with the development of ISO 45001, the new standard for occupational health and safety; the revision of the Environmental Management System, ISO 14001:2015; and many others.
Alberto Melis
Alberto joined Lloyd’s Register in 2007 and has been the Technical Manager for Italy, Croatia and Malta since 2015. His background is in public safety, quality and environmental management and he has a Masters in Integrated Environmental Management from Università degli Studi di Pavia.
Panagiotis Kamarados
Panagiotis Kamarados is a highly qualified Management Systems Lead Assessor, with extensive experience in ISM and ISPS audits and ILO Inspections. Panagiotis has worked for LR for over 20 years and was appointed South East Europe Area Technical Manager for the Business Assurance division in 2017.
Wayne Roden
Wayne is the lead subject matter expert for Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems training at Lloyd’s Register. In his role as Trainer Manager for the UK and Ireland, Wayne is a lead audit qualified trainer and is a Lead Assessor for OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001 and a SSiP (Safety Schemes in Procurement) assessor.
About Lloyd’s Register
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