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Automotive Industry and Food, Safety, and Drug Regulations
Enterprise application providers wanting to address the distinct regulatory requirements of the automotive, food, safety, and life sciences industries need to

environmental laws and regulations  different set of principles. Environmental directives are a new generation of industry compliance laws. Part Four of the series Thou Shalt Comply (and More), or Else

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Regulatory and Compliance

Regulatory compliance covers the requirements for ensuring products and their associated materials comply with both external and internal rules and regulations. It covers regulatory and requirements needs, as well as product related components of environmental health and safety (EH&S). 

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The Business of Green


For companies, embarking upon environmentally friendly activities goes beyond merely complying with laws and regulations; it’s about organizations and their employees’ voluntary and moral engagements. But integrating these motivations into strategies and overall daily activities is often complicated, since it demands translating generally intangible motivations into concrete actions and measurable

environmental laws and regulations  strategies. Companies’ Roles in Environmental Compliance A large part of today’s environmental trend involves infrastructure and energy consumption. As such, many companies are looking for better performing hardware (energy efficient servers, for example). One of the main reasons for this is that the results are easily measured (as in smaller energy bills). However it demands a large investment in infrastructure, mainly because these types of deployments usually require many labor-hours spent on Read More

Selecting Manufacturing ERP for ISO 26000 Compliance


ISO 26000 spells out best practices for corporate social responsibility (CSR). Are your enterprise systems, including ERP, capable of documenting CSR best practices required for ISO 26000? And how does CSR help protect investors and other corporate stakeholders?

environmental laws and regulations  embedded functionality to allow environmental cost to be measured just like financial cost. This lets a company go well beyond local laws and regulation regarding specific discharges like carbon emissions and intelligently manage their overall environmental impact — including discharges to air, water, landfills, and their total product lifecycle costs including disposal, decommissioning, or recycling. Corruption Prevention : The mention of preventive and detective controls offers a convenient Read More

Global Trade and the Role of Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Software


The growing number of legal and regulatory requirements associated with global trading is one of many reasons enterprises are looking into global trade management applications, and into harnessing the up-and-coming, strategic software category of governance, risk management, and compliance.

environmental laws and regulations  and meet quality standards; environmental initiatives to reduce waste and preserve the earth's natural resources; giving free software to nonprofit organizations; building centers for cancer care and prevention; supporting volunteerism among employees; removing fur from its fashion collections; educational outreach; and monitoring of the global supply base for adherence to fair labor practices (see Sirkisoon, Hagerty, and Carter's 2006 article The 21st Century Business: Contribute to Society and Profit Read More

Do Your Customers Really Trust You? Well, That Depends …


Crises such as the one we’re currently going through seriously damage the trust bestowed by individuals upon corporations. This is more likely to result in the development of new corporate techniques to change these perceptions, which will most probably translate into new pressures from individuals, pressure groups, societies, or governments. Most likely, companies will be requested to

environmental laws and regulations  to implement social and environmental initiatives within their business framework. One of the major incentives has been regulatory compliance. These regulations originate mainly from local, regional, or national regulations, aiming at achieving a particular environmental objective. However, motivations for complying with these regulations vary largely. According to research conducted by AMR ( Crossing the Great Divide: Sustainability as Corporate Strategy [registration required]), the major motivations Read More

ERP for Green Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing


Manufacturers are facing pressure from regulators and customers to document their impact on the environment, including not only the simple carbon footprint, but other gas emissions, discharges to waterways, landfills, and product life cycle impacts. How can enterprise software help?

environmental laws and regulations  partners to document its environmental impact as part of green supply chain initiatives. Green supply chain programs may be initiated in order to help manufacturers position themselves to its own customers or investors, or to facilitate environmental compliance. This focus on green extends well beyond the simple carbon footprint, which in and of itself can be a challenge to track given that almost any business activity, from turning on the lights to running a metal press, results in consumption of at Read More

How to Comply with Data Security Regulations


A remote data backup solution can be compliant with almost any international, federal, or state data protection regulation—and can be compliant with the common caveats of most data security laws by providing functionality like data encryption and secure media control. And, as some regulations require files to be archived for several years, you can create a routine that archives files you select for backup and storage.

environmental laws and regulations  to Comply with Data Security Regulations BizDomainStore.com's Remote Data Backups is the most cost effective, secure, and convenient way to automatically back up your mission critical data Source: BizDomainStore.com Resources Related to How to Comply with Data Security Regulations : Data Security (Wikipedia) How to Comply with Data Security Regulations Data security is also known as : Remote Data , Federal Data , State Data , Most Data , Mirrored Data , Financial Data , Client Data , Enterprise Data Read More

Complying with US FDA Title 21 CFR Part 11 for the Life Sciences Industry


Compliance with US FDA regulations is a market requirement. Thus, among the nearly 1,500 installations of mySAP ERP software among pharmaceutical, medical diagnostics and devices, and biotechnology companies worldwide, it is vital to be aware of the functions and features of mySAP ERP that demonstrate technical compliance with US FDA 21 CFR Part 11 Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures; Final Rule.

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How to Meet Regulatory Log Requirements with NetIQ


Many of today’s regulations require that organizations retain, archive, and protect log data from systems, applications, and network devices, and that the log data be reviewed periodically. However, given the size and complexity of most enterprise environments, collecting and managing the sheer deluge of information is beyond the capabilities of human-based resources. Discover how NetIQ Security Manager can help.

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Encryption Made Easy: The Advantages of Identity-based Encryption


The growing list of regulations for protecting data in virtually every size organization and industry means enterprises are being pressed hard to find effective, affordable, encryption technologies. Identity-based encryption has a greater advantage over traditional approaches to public key cryptography. It ensures the security of encrypted e-mails while minimizing the burden on end users.

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Product Safety and Stewardship: Taking a Strategic Approach to Safer and "Greener" Products


For many product manufacturers, the move toward safer and environmentally friendlier products involves mixed emotions. The benefit to the planet is a given. However, if not approached strategically, it can come at a high cost. This paper provides a perspective on product-related environmental regulations, their business impact, their trajectory, and how companies can move from tactical and reactive risk mitigation to seizing competitive advantage.

environmental laws and regulations  a perspective on product-related environmental regulations, their business impact, their trajectory, and how companies can move from tactical and reactive risk mitigation to seizing competitive advantage. Read More

Case Study: Cadbury plc


To reduce time to market and realize the full value of its intellectual property, Cadbury plc needed to ensure compliance with government regulations. The company launched a long-term data management strategy, which included storing all data in a central repository—a product lifecycle management (PLM) system. Find out how Cadbury not only ensured compliance but also improved its response to consumer and customer queries.

environmental laws and regulations  our knowledge of the environmental impacts of our packaging and products—a resounding success PHIL MORREALE, DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL DATA MANAGEMENT, CADBURY PLC Declares Phil Morreale, director of technical data management, Our four key measures for determining success within this cross-functional, cross-business, and cross-product organization were the number of products with complete and authorized technical data documentation; the number of employees sharing information and knowledge routinely; Read More

Getting Your Money's Worth from Fixed Assets Software


Companies that fail to manage fixed assets can have difficulty complying with reporting regulations and complex, changing tax laws, and thus run the risk of misstating financial information and making mistakes in tax filings. A complete fixed asset management software solution should have tracking, depreciation, and inventory features, and should also provide the ability to conduct physical inventories of assets easily and reconcile the results to the fixed asset schedule. Finally, it should include easy, functional reporting to aid compliance, auditing, and preparation of financial reports and tax filings. This white paper looks at the potential ROI of fixed asset management software.

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Accupoint Software


Accupoint Software’s InterLink Web platform is a simple, secure and effective solution to administer ISO based quality, environmental and safety programs. InterLink Web is designed for manufacturing, distribution and service organizations and is ideal for multi-site deployments.

environmental laws and regulations  administer ISO based quality, environmental and safety programs. InterLink Web is designed for manufacturing, distribution and service organizations and is ideal for multi-site deployments. Read More

The G-word: Do Businesses Touting Green Really Practice What They Preach?


The word “green” these days is everywhere—especially in business. However, it’s difficult to know whether the environmental concerns of these businesses are sincere. Are their so-called “green practices” truly focused on the protection of the environment, or are they a profit-driven marketing initiative?

environmental laws and regulations  taken into account the environmental impact that businesses' activities may have. This was first captured by Paul Shrivastava, professor of management at Bucknell University, with the metaphor of castration [1] . His theory supports the fact that organizational theories should be forced to look at the environment and nature as a requirement for the development of organizational activities. Indeed, Galdwin mentions many examples of management theory that lack environmental concerns (of a non-human Read More