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- Mining Industry challenged with a myriad of standards
Managing compliance is hard. When your high risk industry gets overlapping standards, it becomes even more complex to stay in continuous compliance. Introduction Jean-Marc Léger from ERM recently pointed out, “Over the last twelve months, no less than three new benchmarks have been proposed to the i … Read more »
- Obstacles to Comprehensive Compliance
Last week we introduced the concept and importance of comprehensive compliance. This strategy of determining all of your obligations can be an effective measure against compliance risk by ensuring that companies are adequately covered and protected against potential issues. Companies that take a com … Read more »
- What is an Internal Obligation and why is it important to Compliance?
Internal Obligations are obligations that your organization has imposed on itself voluntarily or through an agreement with a third party. In contrast to External Obligations which are imposed by a third party (i.e. Government), Internal Obligations are generated through the activities you engage in. … Read more »
- Challenges and Complexities of Regulatory Monitoring in Ireland
Ireland, land of green pastures, great beer and complicated regulatory information. Introduction I once heard a story that Ireland only introduced postal codes in 2014. Prior to that, the only people who knew all the addresses were local postal offices. These local offices did not want postal codes … Read more »
- Identify Regulations and Standards by the type of Equipment, using AI
Over the years we have seen organizations struggle to identify applicable regulations and standards for their operations. Most consulting companies and data providers organize regulatory information by subject areas such as Air, Waste, and Water. Documents may also be organized based on actions such … Read more »