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Compliance involves adhering to laws and regulations, as well as the rules and guidelines imposed by companies themselves. In addition to the necessity of complying with legal obligations, compliance is increasingly important as an integral part of modern and forward-thinking business operations. Traditionally, the concept of compliance has been closely linked to health, safety, and environmental (HSE) concerns, but nowadays it encompasses a broader meaning, including environmental, social responsibility, and governance (ESG) aspects. This forms the cornerstone of the European Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) legislation, aimed at sustainability reporting.

With the introduction of CSRD legislation, compliance becomes even more crucial, as meeting legal and regulatory requirements constitutes a significant part of this sustainability reporting. This legislation is mandatory for listed companies and will expand to non-listed companies and institutions in the future.

Independent and objective assessment of the level of compliance serves as a means to identify potential business risks. Understanding these risks is the starting point for preventing or sufficiently managing them. Managing compliance is thus of utmost importance, as it serves as a gauge of reliability and the corporate reputation of any organization or institution.

Compliance whitepaper

Permanently meeting legal obligations through a continuous process approach

Bureau Veritas Benelux

Meeting legal obligations through a compliance management system may initially seem like an overwhelming challenge. However, it doesn't have to be as daunting as it appears. With the deployment of the right methodology and tools, alongside expert support, it's possible to develop a tailored, reliable, and repeatable approach. An approach that involves evaluating, monitoring, and assessing a compliance management system, incorporating elements relevant to reporting on EHS (Environment, Health, and Safety), sustainability, and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) aspects.

Compliance Methodology: HSE Risk & Compliance Assurance

To assist and support clients with compliance, Bureau Veritas Riskcontrol offers a proven approach called 'HSE Risk & Compliance Assurance'. Our approach is designed to support and advise internationally operating organizations on their journey to achieving compliance with legal HSE/ESG obligations. The process also provides concrete guidance for obligations related to sustainability reporting according to CSRD legislation.

This methodology is structured to provide organization-specific compliance by mapping out regulations, assessing the level of compliance, and advising on improving compliance performance. Thanks to Bureau Veritas' network, this approach can also be deployed internationally. Our partnership with Enhesa adds an additional dimension to the above form of compliance services. Like Bureau Veritas, Enhesa operates globally and offers a comprehensive range of compliance services.

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For more information about our compliance services, please contact us via (the contact form above). You can also request our compliance whitepaper and informational flyer for practical information on compliance, its relationship with CSRD legislation, and the applied methodology, HSE Risk & Compliance Assurance.

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