These days, legislative and regulatory complexity is an inescapable fact with direct and evident repercussions respectively on the business continuity of organizations and on the need to constantly update and qualify the competencies of personnel, at various levels, working and active within the same organizations. Business continuity is then closely linked to issues concerning the sustainability and social reputation of the organizations and personnel working and active within them.
The regulatory and legislative complexity concerns management systems and models dealing with the most diverse issues: quality of organizations, quality in the management of environmental and workplace safety and data issues, quality and safety and sustainability of products, of processes and services, quality and effective qualification of the competencies of personnel. The legislative and regulatory complexity has contractual value and concerns the need to guarantee the goods and merchandise circulating locally and worldwide.
The regulatory and legislative complexity, mandatory and voluntary, requires that compliance by organizations and personnel active in them is guaranteed, with respect to the requirements and elements of application that the rules introduce in the functioning of the same.
– The regulatory and legislative complexity briefly outlined above, is substantiated today with rules and regulations generated at a global level and which are then applied at a local level by organizations or personnel active within them. This is regardless of sector, size, country of the organizations, and regardless of whether they are of a “for profit” or “non-profit” type.
The compliance that is required by markets and consumers is recognized and known globally as Regulated Compliance