Risk and Compliance professionals are faced with a multitude of obstacles in the manufacturing industry in particular. They must focus attention on identifying risks in production, delivery, and maintenance, as well as ineffective third parties and potential damages to materials. Manufacturing companies also face risks of non-compliance with local, state, and federal standards, guidelines, labor laws, or quality mandates.
When productivity is at the forefront of most manufacturing companies’ priority list, they need to implement an effective risk management solution. SecureWatch is used as a risk and compliance assessment platform for professionals seeking to conduct inspections, audits, and risk assessments. SecureWatch allows your organization to asses facilities and their compliance without the need to hire additional staff and with minimal effort. Rest assured, all of your business operations will run smoothly and effectively when using SecureWatch for your risk management and compliance.
Very user friendly and not spreadsheet based. We think it is a good and useful software application.
Collect practical data with intuitive assessments.
Reports can be generated automatically to track the standing of internal security.
Recommendations can be automatically offered to identify and mitigate gaps and vulnerabilities.
Manage your audit responsibilities and track the progress of your projects with task delegation and automatic reminders.
Upload your unique policies and assess compliance across your enterprise
Designed to work with all regulations and standards in all industries.
Comprehensive high-level audit criteria to ensure regulations and policies are being met.
Compliance analysis that determines risk score and identifies areas of high risk for further investigation.
Allows tasks to be delegated among staff, resulting in increased awareness and productivity.
Real-time risk profiles and scores that update as changes occur.
In June 2019, several penalties were issued to Kumho Tire Georgia Inc. resulting in fines totaling $507,299. OSHA cited the company for exposing employees to “fall, struck-by, and burn hazards; failing to follow hazardous energy control procedures when employees performed service and maintenance on machinery; failing to train employees on energy control procedures; and failing to provide machine guarding on various pieces of equipment throughout the facility.”
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