As an environmental tracking system, Enviance provides a means for companies to manage their regulatory obligations and help ensure ongoing compliance. However, the quality of information and the manner in which it enters the system are critical to achieving those obligations.
Preventing inaccurate or incomplete data (a.k.a. “garbage”) from entering the system is one of the single most important areas of value that an environmental professional can contribute during the setup of an Enviance system – and doing so leads to better system experience and improved compliance for the organization overall.
In our new white paper, we provide specific recommendations for institutions to make sure their data collection and recording processes are appropriately designed for their Enviance system. The white paper outlines best practices for compliance assurance and includes planning, populating the spreadsheet, parsing actionable determination, parsing task information and validating the parse spreadsheet.
Check out the white paper to take a closer look at key actions in the process, such as compiling the correct source documents for regulation compliance and correctly determining actionable obligations. If you still have questions, feel from to contact us and we’re happy to answer them.