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Keeping pace with EHS compliance management

This Medgate paper provides guidance to organizations looking to improve or implement effective EHS compliance management as part of a Safety/Environmental Management System approach.

In this paper, we identify the main challenges of EHS compliance management and learn how integrated and automated data management tools can improve and enhance compliance management effectiveness. A useful business process review and checklist are included.

Download this whitepaper and learn to overcome the challenges of EHS compliance management, including:

  • Maintaining an up-to-date, dynamic inventory of all legal & other requirements
  • Creating and tracking compliance related actions and ensuring appropriate management of change when the requirements change
  • Effective management of non-conformances as they relate to specific requirements, and more…

About the Author

John Easton, CRSP

John Easton is Director, Product Management after having served previously as Product Manager and Senior Client Service Consultant. He has been in the health and safety field since 1996. Prior to joining Medgate, John worked for 12 years at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in the capacity of Health & Safety Specialist and most recently as Assistant Manager, Health & Safety. John has extensive experience in developing and managing standards and programs for industrial hygiene and safety.

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