WASHINGTON, June 9, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- RegScan Inc., in conjunction with our content partner Environmental Resources Management (ERM), is pleased to announce the launch of the new RegScan WIKI feature – easy-to-follow articles that provide clear analysis on the newest and most important environmental regulations. Authored by subject matter experts from one of the largest consultancies in the world, RegScan WIKI articles explain key requirements in plain language.
The WIKI feature, which is integrated directly into the RegScanOne user interface, was officially unveiled at the inaugural RegScan Regulatory Conference in Washington D.C., an exclusive event where regulatory experts, government officials, and executives from Fortune 1000 companies came together to discuss the most pressing regulatory and climate change issues facing the world today.
"With the help of our exclusive content partner ERM, we are now able to offer this unique feature to our users," said Ned Ertel, RegScan President and C.E.O. "The regulatory landscape is only going to get more complicated – especially in light of the Paris Accord – so we are pleased to do our part to help simplify the process."
The WIKI feature is connected with the My WatchList™ Alert System, so subscribers are notified of any changes to the underlying regulations. Contact information and bios for all authors are included, so readers are encouraged to follow up with the authors.
With a dedicated staff of experts in four U.S. states and Washington D.C., and an ever-growing network of in-country resources, RegScan can always be counted on as a trusted resource for up-to-date regulatory information from every corner of the globe. Do your research and get your alerts through the RegScan One system, or have your content exported via web services to any online environmental management system.
With more than 160 offices in over 40 countries, ERM is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting and sustainability services. Key sectors served are Oil & Gas, Mining, Power, Manufacturing, and the Chemical and Pharmaceutical industries. Over the past five years they have worked for more than half of the Global Fortune 500, helping them understand and manage the sustainability challenges that the world is increasingly facing.
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