Former Deputy US Attorney General Paul McNulty
Compliance can mean a multitude of different things. Whilst in one scenario it may require absolute adherence to a regulation, another scenario may be sticking to a team or organisation’s way of doing something. One simple and clear definition is “the act of being in accordance with established standards, guidelines, or legislation.”
Irrespective of the scenario, being non-compliant generally comes at a cost, often significant.
Becoming compliant is not an easy process, but to break it down into simple steps it generally looks like;
The question of how to be compliant remains. It’s often the least considered, but could be the most important. If you haven’t determined how you will be compliant, then everything else doesn’t really matter…and you may discover the cost of non-compliance sooner than you think!
To help, we’ve broken down the how to be compliant into three simple steps;
If you don’t’ stray from these 3 simple steps, you’re well on your way to avoiding an expensive course of corrective action – far better to be proactive than reactive!
To learn more about how Proceeda can support your team or organisation in these three simple steps, get in touch and we can provide a demonstration or register for free here
And if you’re trying to figure out what needs documenting, we can also help you with that! We’ve recently launched a range of services to support our customers, as outlined here