Compliance and Certification

Compliance and Certification

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May 5 2022

Ensure Compliance Training for FM Techs with an LMS…

Compliance training is an essential requirement in many industries, including facilities management and maintenance. It’s critical that facilities managers ensure that maintenance techs and building engineers receive and complete the compliance training that regulators such as OSHA require (and that…

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April 29 2022

Six Benefits of Online Continuing Education for Facilities Management…

Training is important, but an organization benefits most when it supports not only training but all facets of a learning culture (see our articles on What Is a Learning Organization? and Becoming a Learning Organization for more on that). That’s…

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February 24 2022

9 Things to Look for in Training Courses from…

Compliance training is a critical issue for many organizations. When a law or regulatory agency requires your organization to provide training, you’d better do it, as there are possible fines and penalties awaiting organizations that do not. Of course, the…

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February 9 2022

What Do Recent AML Reforms Mean For The Gaming…

Under the glitz and glamor of the gaming industry, casinos and online gaming establishments must adhere to strict financial regulations. This is especially true when it comes to anti-money laundering (AML) initiatives.  Recent regulatory changes regarding AML are impacting these…

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June 18 2021

DOE Confirms Title IX Protections for Discrimination Based on…

On Wednesday, June 16, 2021, the Department of Education (DOE) confirmed Title IX protects students from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The DOE explains in its Notice of Interpretation that it will enforce Title IX’s prohibition on…

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May 29 2021

“New View” of Safety Basics: Complexity, Variability, and Procedures

We recently created a guide to some newer thoughts in safety—this includes things like HOP, Safety Differently, Safety-II, HPI, resilience engineering, and more. If you’re a safety professional, you’ll probably find this Guide to Practicing ‘New Safety’ interesting….go ahead and…

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May 28 2021

“New View” of Safety Basics: What Is Local Rationality?

We recently compiled and published a guide to “new views” of safety—things like human and organizational performance (HOP), safety differently, safety-II, resilience engineering, and human performance improvement (HPI). That guide includes 29 safety professionals from around the world explaining what…

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May 26 2021

2021 Title IX Hearing | Here’s What You Should…

On June 7-11th, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) will be hosting a virtual Title IX Hearing to gather information for the purpose of improving the enforcement of Title IX.  It will provide a time for the…

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May 25 2021

OSHA, COVID & Ventilation Suggestions

As the COVID-19 pandemic has gone on, we’ve learned a lot. You may recall that in the early days of the pandemic, we didn’t really know how it passed from person to person. Was it spread purely through larger respiratory…