EH&S compliance leading the pack, or sitting back?
The rule of thumb is to either comply with the myriad laws, rules, and permit conditions, or face the consequences negative public image, hefty fines, or even jail time. The introduction of the Title V federal air permit rules and the Sarbanes–Oxley Act launched U.S. business into a new era of compliance. Today, companies must have capable systems to monitor processes and emissions on a continuous and simultaneous basis, so that they can, with confidence, assert that they comply with all requirements.
Companies must have precise knowledge of their day-to-day operations and environment, health, and safety (EH&S) impacts. To do this, compliance must be addressed across a wide range of business management systems, including daily transaction processing, content and records management, performance metrics, and reporting. Information technology (IT) is becoming a normal, reasonable business practice for compliance management. In fact, stakeholders now expect companies of a certain size to use information systems and technology
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