Compliance is usually used to describe conformance to some regulatory requirement, but it can also refer conformance to a customer’s specification or requirement.  But mere conformance is transient; on its own it is not sustainable.


In more universal terms, compliance is simply “doing what we say we will do.”  First we must make a commitment to do something, and then we must do it again and again.  This is sustainable compliance.


Our goal in Compliance Management is to provide the knowledge and skills as well as the level of employee engagement to change behaviors.  By permanently changing behaviors we reach sustainable compliance.


Testimonials

I wanted to let you know how much help Ned has been to me with the new Maximo system, showing me how to navigate when I have had problems and explaining ways to use the new reorder report to save time.· He not only knows Maximo inside out, but seems to know Sequel as well.· He has been an excellent choice and has helped me through a difficult time during this upgrade, not only with training, but also with interacting with Dave to communicate our needs in a timely and concise way.· Thought you’d want to know how effective he has been.·

Marion

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