Textiles Compliance: Your Questions Answered
At a recent webinar on textiles compliance, Stacey Bowers, MILS, Manager of Compliance & Risks’ Global Market Access service, outlined the full range of topics that people who are responsible for textiles compliance need to […]Read More
10 Things to Know About TSCA Reform
June 8, 2016 was a landmark day for US environmental law. Following years of failed attempts to “modernize” the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 (TSCA), US Congress finally came together to approve H.R. 2576, […]Read More
Dodgy Product Claims
With storms there was no fish stall at our local farmers market last Saturday. We trust and love the guys who catch and sell their fish, bringing it straight to the market off their own […]Read More
The VW Emissions Test Debacle – Is There a Lesson for Regulatory Compliance Management?
There are many aspects to corporate goals and strategy. There is one corporate goal that is probably the biggest one for every single business on the planet and yet it is rarely, if ever, mentioned […]Read More
Why Have A Compliance Policy?
Deciding whether or not to define a Compliance Policy is a bit like deciding whether or not to plan. In a way it’s the same thing. Things get done without a plan, but you can […]Read More
Compliance as a Profit Centre – an introduction
“Because we have to.” Do you sometimes get the feeling that this is senior management’s unspoken rationale for having a compliance department? In this series I’ll discuss how you can change the way senior management […]Read More
Who Leads Compliance – Top or Bottom? A Perspective on ISO 19600
Getting buy-in from senior management is always a challenge when it comes to driving initiatives in an organization. In compliance, there is always a danger that the strategy will be mainly ‘hope’ based. In other […]Read More