16. January 2013
Cloud-Based Compliance Solution Adds Host of New International Countries with Content Now Extending to 100+ Worldwide Jurisdictions
Scottsdale, AZ (January 16, 2013) - Citation Technologies, an industry leader in delivering Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) global compliance solutions, today announced the release of new international regulatory content for Citation's Compliance Suite cloud-based EH&S risk and compliance management solutions. New content for overseas countries including Iraq, Egypt, South Africa, China, Mexico and Singapore now gives multinational enterprise customers using Citation solutions the ability to monitor, manage and maintain compliance in over 100+ worldwide jurisdictions. The new content release, which includes the National Electricity Rules for Australia, offers Health, Safety, Security and Energy (HSSE) professionals around the globe access to one of the industry's most comprehensive databases of full-text regulations, statutes and related EH&S compliance documents available along with expert analysis.
"Citation strives to simplify compliance for companies by giving them the tools and insights to manage compliance across their enterprise right down to the site level," said Mark Hutchinson, senior vice president of global content and product management at Citation Technologies. "We're excited for 2013 and look forward to bringing to market additional solutions to help companies minimize business risk and recognize that compliance can be easily and cost-effectively achieved."
Citation Compliance Suite is an expandable platform that offers everything from regulatory research through task management, data collection, and compliance status reporting to help monitor change, minimize risk, and maximize compliance. Citation Determine uses simple conditions-based questions to allow customers to easily determine a requirement's applicability and build a high-level regulatory register for managing compliance. Citation Build offers the capability to define which of the many listed action items must be accomplished to achieve compliance and allows the user, through our compliance-tasking module, to make that action very specific to the site.