Compliance and Regulatory Support

Ensuring your business is compliant with the various compliance and regulatory aspects is essential to avoid any possible litigation. With over 50 years of knowledge and experience Inductotherm Heating & Welding support our customers to ensure they are fully compliant to local policy and local laws.

What is Compliance Support?

Compliance supports business in their duty to comply with relevant laws and regulations and internal procedures. Conforming to a rule, such as a specification, policy, standard or law, this can be CE or UKSA conformance.

How we offer Compliance Support.

If required, we can provide the Electromagnetic Field Survey for your records – ensuring your factory and operators safety.

We monitor all global compliance changes and will alert our customers to and changes that may affect them through technical service bulletins

What is Regulatory Support?

Regulatory support means helping respond to data requests or other information requests from governmental bodies or third parties in regulatory matters. – Often described as the goal that organizations aspire to achieve in their efforts to ensure that they are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws, policies, and regulations. These can be carbon reduction measures, insurance requirements and/or safety regulations.

How we offer Regulatory Support

We conduct equipment health and safety checks on all our equipment and report on the equipment status to satisfy all general regulatory requirements.  We are ISO9001:2015 accredited by British Standards Institute B.S.I.

The health check report will also include information on the status of equipment performance and will provide recommendations on modifications for improved performance.  Safety is key to regulatory compliance

Please note we can provide health checks on vintage equipment, circa 20+ years, with recommendation for upgrades to ensure compliance will be provided as part of the report.

For more information on how we can support you in compliance and regulatory matters please complete our “Contact Us” form