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Welcome to Compliance Guidelines

Understanding the issues around regulatory compliance can be a difficult and frustrating endeavors. Most of us do not have a legal background, and regulators generally do not have a background in business. The result is that the language and requirements described in legislation are not easy to translate into actionable steps or to codify into software solutions. The problem is compounded by the growing diversity of regulations on a variety of levels - state, federal, and international - that now make up a patchwork of compliance requirements with sometimes overlapping applications.

Is Your Organization Fully Compliant for 2012?

Although everyone seems to be talking about compliance, few are actually doing that much about it. At least part of the problem is that there's a lot of confusion about what the regulations require and what's necessary to be in compliance with them.

Compliance requirements must be enforced to ensure adherence to the laws and regulations mandated by various industry committees and government institutions. To be "in compliance" is not a one-time event but requires a continuous and often costly effort.

With constant changes in Federal, State and International regulations governing the protection of the environment, public health & safety, and transportation of hazardous materials, making sure your organization is in full regulatory compliance can be a demanding task.