EHS Standards Including ISO Available on RegScan One Platform
Key environment, health and safety standards are now supported on the RegScan One platform, according to the compliance management company.
ISO and OHSAS (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series) standards serve as a complementary piece to the global legal registers and audit protocols already available. Users of the RegScan One system can create custom legal registers and audit protocols for more than 140 jurisdictions around the globe. Through the applicability feature, they can filter out audit questions that don’t apply to them. After they import their customized content to My WatchList, it will automatically be monitored for changes.
Ned Ertel, president and CEO of RegScan, says RegScan is a “one-stop shop” that allows companies to stay compliant with global EHS regulations and internationally recognized standards.
RegScan can create custom standards packages for any client who wishes to license ISO and/or OHSAS standards as part of their data subscription. With the anticipated update to the existing ISO 14001 standard expected in September, the ability to access the most current versions will become even more crucial, the company says.
Standards are available for an annual license fee and will be hosted within the RegScan One platform. The documents are easily viewable when working with regulations, statutes, or legal registers. Normal costs associated with standards plus a hosting fee will apply.
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