The Compliance Management process consists in the identification, analysis and timely assessment of the effects of the regulatory intervention on the activities of the organization.
The aim is to define an appropriate strategy for the management of regulatory compliance through: organizational analysis of processes, roles, responsibilities, delegations and responsibilities; as well as definition of planning and management tools for costs and benefits of investments, development of plans and programs for alignment of new obligations with respect to those in force in the organization. The analysis of the regulatory impact, applied in KRC®, is a support to the decisions of the top management and of the delegated roles.
In order to guarantee the homogeneity between the different standards for the management systems and therefore to improve their integration and usability by users, in 2012, ISO established a single scheme which is being standardized by future revisions of all the rules.
The new structures of the rules have been modified to be included in the parameters dictated by the "High Level Structure", in order to allow an easier integration of the Management Systems and the "Compliance Obbligation".
In the KRC® platform, KEISDATA has already implemented this structure that allows customers to adapt to new standards.