For U.S. companies that have a stake in exporting to Europe either as a manufacturer or as a logistics company, sweeping regulatory changes in the European Union (EU) are raising complex questions for businesses. and introducing new tensions along the world’s supply chains.
Product compliance is now woven into the fabric of good corporate governance. Organizations must now adjust their compliance programs to address emerging regulations, industry standards, responsible sourcing guidelines, supplier codes of conduct, and a myriad of other risk and revenue-related activities. Compliance is critical, as the ability to demonstrate compliance through disclosure can often help protect market share and enable new market opportunities. However, accomplishing this goal is no small task.
For both domestic and international businesses, understanding US regulatory developments is key to product success. Kirsten Wallerstedt, Senior Regulatory Analyst, gives an overview of the recent updates on federal chemical regulations, as well as state regulatory updates.
In this presentation, Judd Dague, National Accounts Manager, explains the best practices in addressing the supply chain regulatory landscape and evaluates the data and tools needed to achieve compliance.
Philip Hall, Director of Market Development EMEA, examines the trends in EH&S regulatory compliance and the importance of data through the supply chain. In addition, he provides best practices for leverage data to mitigate risk and achieve compliance.