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High-tech and electronics, chemical, and oil and gas industries each have their fair share of regulatory requirements to meet, and an increasing number include

hazardous waste regulations  handling and tracking of hazardous substances, dangerous goods, and waste products. Also important, a company can deliver full-scale health management to provide for employee health and well-being, ensure the compliance of individual products with various regulations, and improve manufacturing productivity by aligning business processes with the fulfillment of environmental regulations for emissions management. In part six of this series on how different industries address compliance issues, global Read More...
Regulatory and Compliance
Regulatory compliance covers the requirements for ensuring products and their associated materials comply with both external and internal rules and regulations. It covers regulatory and requirement...
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Preparing for Product Development in Process Manufacturing
Combining process industry–oriented product lifecycle management capabilities with process manufacturing–oriented enterprise resource planning ones can help

hazardous waste regulations  manufacture and use of hazardous chemicals are also governed by strict regulations, especially in North America and the EU. Thus, the chemical industry and companies that rely on chemicals within their plants must address a myriad of regulations, including Restrictions on Hazardous Substance (ROHS) and other regulations that require compositional analysis, the development of material safety data sheets (MSDS), environmental analysis, and hazards identification. The chemical industry must also deal with Read More...
How a Leading Vendor Embraces Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance
SAP AG has long committed to placing compliance at the core of its product suite, as the vendor has recognized the growing role of enterprise systems in

hazardous waste regulations  also create permits for hazardous waste and ensure that authorized waste quantities are not exceeded by selecting suitable disposal firms and by allocating disposal costs among internal departments. The product also supports the full range of industrial hygiene and safety processes, and centrally manages core tasks such as risk assessments, exposure logs, incident management, exposure profiles, and safety management of specific work areas. Given that there are so many bases to be covered, a composite Read More...
Atrion User Conference Highlights Need for Regulatory Compliance in PLM
The Atrion International User Group met in Montreal, Quebec (Canada) to discuss ways to improve regulatory compliance for their respective companies. At the

hazardous waste regulations  an expert in international hazardous communication regulations, Paul Brigandi. Overall, the conference was well attended and well received by Atrion customers. The conference provided an excellent opportunity to focus on the need for regulatory compliance as a critical component of a manufacturer's PLM Program. For more information about defining a PLM Program to achieve the strategic value of PLM, please see The PLM Program: An Incremental Approach to the Strategic Value of PLM . To accomplish its Read More...
Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply
Industrial equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) distributors can’t afford to miss bidding deadlines, delivery dates, product

hazardous waste regulations  an operational mishap, releasing hazardous waste at an existing or formerly owned site, or acquiring a business that is out of compliance. New environmental regulations legislated by the European Union (EU) now impact industrial producers and distributors who sell products with electronic components. Those most affected are industrial suppliers and sub-assembly manufacturers. The directives include the 2005 Waste Electrical & Electronics Equipment (WEEE) law, which puts responsibility for equipment Read More...
Using Keyboard, Video, and Mouse over IP to Connect Remote Networks
Today’s IT professionals are often challenged by unrelenting changes in the enterprise, increased data growth and compliance regulations, and geographic

hazardous waste regulations  remote networks,remote network connections,remote networks technologies,remote network access,securing remote network,remote network management,remote website network,remote pc access Read More...
Is Poor Email Management Putting Your Organisation At Risk?
Organisations are driven by e-mail, whether they are private companies or operating within the public sector. While regulations are often specific to various

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Automotive Industry and Food, Safety, and Drug Regulations
Enterprise application providers wanting to address the distinct regulatory requirements of the automotive, food, safety, and life sciences industries need to

hazardous waste regulations  regulatory compliance,GRC,governance,risk management,and compliance,ERP,enterprise resource planning,automotive industry,enterprise applications systems,TREAD Act,International Standards Organization,ISO,product lifecycle management,PLM,advanced product quality planning Read More...
Lean Manufacturing: A Primer
Lean manufacturing emphasizes the minimization of the amount of all the resources (including time) used in the various activities of the enterprise. The typical

hazardous waste regulations  Manufacturing: A Primer Introduction It is not exactly breaking news that, due to the need for driving down costs and increasing efficiency, manufacturers (if not enterprises of all kinds) are increasingly subject to massive pressures. These pressures, however, often invalidate the traditional materials requirements planning (MRP) batch- and push-based production planning and associated economies of scale product costing approaches. This is Part One of a multi-part note. For this reason, there has Read More...
What's Really Driving Business Intelligence?
Typical explanations given for increased spending in business intelligence include, meeting government regulations, managing information overload, tracking

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Implementing Medical Manufacturing Technology to Improve Operations and Control Costs
US manufacturers spend over $25 billion every year on product warranty claims. For medical equipment manufacturers, complex government regulations play a large

hazardous waste regulations  Plex Online,manufacturing,manufacturer,manufacturers,warranty,medical equipment,manufacturing equipment,warranties,manufacturing companies,contract manufacturing,manufacturing industry,traceability,manufacturing software,home medical equipment,durable medical equipment Read More...
The CPSIA Is Coming–Is Your Company Ready?
Recently introduced Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) regulations include labor-intensive safety and testing guidelines for children’s products

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The Challenge of Securing Servers in a Health Care Environment
Server security is a key issue for the health care industry. Between an expanding body of regulations and the need for 24/7/365 system availability, it’s

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How to Use Technology to Support the Lean Enterprise: Achieving Profitable Growth through Lean
Many competitive businesses are implementing “lean” initiatives to expose and attack waste and setting goals for continuous improvement through Six Sigma

hazardous waste regulations  to Use Technology to Support the Lean Enterprise: Achieving Profitable Growth through Lean Many competitive businesses are implementing “lean” initiatives to expose and attack waste and setting goals for continuous improvement through Six Sigma principles. Consensus is growing that technology is key for successful lean initiatives. This white paper defines addresses the impact lean initiatives have on profitability and considers the role of information technology (IT) in enabling lean initiatives. Read More...

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