The life sciences are helpful in improving the quality and standard of life. They have applications in health, agriculture, medicine, and the pharmaceutical and food science industries. While biology remains the centerpiece of the life sciences, technological advances in molecular biology and biotechnology have led to a burgeoning of specializations and interdisciplinary fields.
Compliance Global provides expert speakers dealing with the most relevant topics for knowledge transfer in the dynamic fields of Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology, Drugs & Chemicals, Clinical Research, FDA Compliance, Corporate Governance and Laboratory Compliance. Ensure that you keep abreast with the latest in your core area of expertise.View all related trainings
Compliance Global provides specialised top notch speakers in the Medical Device field to update your knowledge base and enable among other spheres, systematic materials selection and substitution, incorporate internal knowledge more effectively in selection and substitution processes, adopt best practice materials information, find and re-use critical materials application knowledge, helping to reduce time, cost, and risk in design and certification.
Materials are of central importance to new product development in the medical device industry. Designers must make best use of corporate knowledge about these materials, and they need access to the right data and tools - the updated knowledge to take informed decisions on selection, substitution, qualification, regulation, and bio-compatibility and design calculations. Knowledge that is critical to make the right decisions, delivered through Compliance Global.View all related trainings
Pharmaceutical Industry has critical benefits of implementing knowledge management. Researching, developing, testing, and bringing a product to market is a lengthy, expensive process. Only after arduous testing and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval can a drug make it to the commercial market. Anything the pharmaceutical Industry can do to use information that results in a success is a huge competitive advantage.
Document management and associated knowledge connected with the product life cycle development process is a key mandatory for professionals in this field. Therefore, it is important to establish standards and common working practices that are beneficial to the organization. It is imperative to use effective knowledge management as a key business strategy. Acquire and update this knowledge through Compliance Global.View all related trainings
Compliance Global provides top-level webinar topics from all areas related to Biotechnology & Biochemistry. The topics may vary from molecular biology and the chemistry of biological process to aquatic and earth environmental aspects, as well as computational applications, policy and ethical issues directly related to Biotechnology. Molecular biology, genetic engineering, microbial biotechnology, plant biotechnology, animal biotechnology, marine biotechnology, environmental biotechnology, biological processes, industrial applications, bioinformatics, Biochemistry of the living cell, Bioenergetics, Bioenergetics, Inorganic biochemistry, Innovation in biotechnology and bio-ethics, Biotechnology in the developed world, Management and economics of biotechnology, Political and related social issues.
These webinars aim to disseminate knowledge, provide a learned reference in the field, and establish channels of communication between academic and research experts, policy makers and executives in industry, commerce and investment institutions.
Compliance Global consistently provide top notch expert speakers with high-quality, peer-reviewed research that will serve to create a innovative information of the human dimension to disseminate in the society and has an International repute.View all related trainings
Compliance Global provides up to date trainings on reviewing the chemistry and manufacturing control sections of drug applications. In general terms, chemistry reviewers address issues related to drug identity, manufacturing control, and analysis. The reviewing chemist evaluates the manufacturing and processing procedures for a drug to ensure that the compound is adequately reproducible and stable. If the drug is either unstable or not reproducible, then the validity of any clinical testing would be undermined because one would not know what was really being used in the patients, and, more importantly, the studies may pose significant risks to participants.
At the beginning of the Chemistry and Manufacturing section, it's critical to understand whether the chemistry of either the drug substance or the drug product, or the manufacturing of either the drug substance or the drug product, present any signals of potential human risk. If so, these signals should be discussed, with steps proposed to monitor for such risks.
During a new drug's early preclinical development, the primary goal is to determine if the product is reasonably safe for initial use in humans and if the compound exhibits pharmacological activity that justifies commercial development. When a product is identified as a viable candidate for further development, then it's possible to focus on collecting the data and information necessary to establish that the product will not expose humans to unreasonable risks when used in limited, early-stage clinical studies.View all related trainings
One of the most consistent findings from clinical and health services research is the failure to translate research into practice and policy. As a result of these evidence-practice and policy gaps, patients fail to benefit optimally from advances in healthcare and are exposed to unnecessary risks of harms and healthcare systems are exposed to unnecessary expenditure resulting in significant opportunity costs. Compliance Global using webinars summarise the current concepts and evidence to guide knowledge translation activities, defined as T2 research (the translation of new clinical knowledge into improved health). We structure our online trainings around five key questions: what should be transferred; to whom should research knowledge be transferred; by whom should research knowledge be transferred; how should research knowledge be transferred; and, with what effect should research knowledge be transferred?
Most of these suggest that planned knowledge translation for healthcare professionals and consumers is more likely to be successful if the choice of knowledge translation strategy is informed by an assessment of the likely barriers and facilitators.
There is a substantial evidence base to guide choice of knowledge translation activities targeting healthcare professionals and consumers. The evidence base on the effects of different knowledge translation approaches targeting healthcare policy makers and senior managers is much weaker but there are a profusion of innovative approaches that warrant further evaluation.View all related trainings
FDA ensures the quality of drug products by carefully monitoring drug manufacturers' compliance with its Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) regulations. The CGMP regulations for drugs contain minimum requirements for the methods, facilities, and controls used in manufacturing, processing, and packing of a drug product. The regulations make sure that a product is safe for use, and that it has the ingredients and strength it claims to have.
The approval process for new drug and generic drug marketing applications includes a review of the manufacturer's compliance with the CGMP. Decisions regarding compliance with CGMP regulations are based upon inspection of the facilities, sample analyses, and compliance history of the firm. This information is summarized in reports which represent several years of history of the firms.
FDA can issue a warning letter or initiate other regulatory actions against a company that fails to comply with Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations. Failure to comply can also lead to a decision by FDA not to approve an application to market a drug. Guidance documents provide guidelines for the processing, content, and evaluation of applications, and for the design, production, manufacturing, and testing of regulated products. They also provide consistency in the regulation, inspection and enforcement procedures. Compliance Global ensures proper trainings on all FDA compliance aspects including mandatories and ever changing norms and regulations.View all related trainings
The Corporate Governance Body of Knowledge is the authority of call on issues relating to Corporate Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) related matters. CGF's products and services must satisfy stringent quality standards.
As the governance blue-print of the company, Compliance Global's webinars provide delegates an understanding of the components required for a Corporate Governance Framework. After the trainings, the attendees will have a clear understanding of their shortfalls, and with this knowledge they will be equipped to rapidly fill the gaps in their respective companies. By not blue-printing the company's Corporate Governance framework, the company will forever be on the back-foot. And with the ever-increasing risks and burdening legislation, companies can be rapidly drawn into the quicksand, where profit making and sustainability becomes more of an illusion. There's no doubt that business must make profit, and if the company's governance framework is missing or lacking, they should expect the inevitable.View all related trainings
The pharmaceutical quality control laboratory serves one of the most important functions in pharmaceutical production and control. A significant portion of the CGMP regulations (21 CFR 211) pertain to the quality control laboratory and product testing. Similar concepts apply to bulk drugs. As a minimum, each pharmaceutical quality control laboratory should receive a comprehensive GMP evaluation each two years as part of the statutory inspection obligation.View all related trainings
The health care industry, or medical industry, is an aggregation of sectors within the economic system that provides goods and services to treat patients with curative, preventive, rehabilitative, and palliative care. The modern health care industry is divided into many sectors and depends on interdisciplinary teams of trained professionals and paraprofessionals to meet health needs of individuals and populations.
The health care industry is one of the world's largest and fastest-growing industries. Consuming over 10 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) of most developed nations, health care can form an enormous part of a country's economy.View all related trainings
Data privacy and protection is a topic of great interest and impact regardless of industry. The average loss in brand value for a company that experiences a data breach can be anywhere from $184 million to more than $330 million. It is predicted that the risk of a breach occurring will continue to increase because companies today maintain greater amounts of personal data on customers and employees than ever before, coupled with the ongoing proliferation of technology.
Every company has security controls and privacy policies, and often quite good ones. But in many instances these processes and policies are not being followed and new threats are often overlooked. In an effort to help our customers address these challenges we have introduced the concept through Compliance Global webinar trainings. Data privacy and security should be in place and operating at a robust level to deal with any critical risk to the business.View all related trainings
The HITECH Act is electronic protected health information (ePHI). The HITECH Act widens the scope of privacy and security protections available underHIPAA; increases potential legal liability for non-compliance; and provides more enforcement of HIPAA rules.
For the latest knowledge and updates on the HITECH Act and its meaningful use, take the webinar training sessions through Compliance Global.View all related trainings
The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) gives workers and their families who lose their health benefits the right to choose to continue group health benefits provided by their group health plan for limited periods of time under certain circumstances such as voluntary or involuntary job loss, reduction in the hours worked, transition between jobs, death, divorce, and other life events.View all related trainings
Health information technology (HIT) provides the umbrella framework to describe the comprehensive management of health information across computerized systems and its secure exchange between consumers, providers, government and quality entities, and insurers. Health information technology (HIT) is in general increasingly viewed as the most promising tool for improving the overall quality, safety and efficiency of the health delivery system. Broad and consistent utilization of HIT will: Improve health care quality or effectiveness, increase health care productivity or efficiency, prevent medical errors and increase health care accuracy and procedural correctness, reduce health care cost, extend real-time communications of health informatics among health care professionals and expand access to affordable care.
Health informatics describes the use and sharing of information within the healthcare industry with contributions from computer science, mathematics, and psychology. It deals with the resources, devices, and methods required for optimizing the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and use of information in health and biomedicine. The processes and people of concern or study are the main variables.View all related trainings
General Health care industry knowledge is important in a rampantly expanding society. Compliance Global's online trainings help update and measure your knowledge of the health care industry.
Designed for individuals with broad knowledge of the industry and its trends, these trainings cover a wide variety of topics, including Accounting, Business Office Functions, Case Management, General Knowledge, HCFA, Health Information Management, JCAHO, Medical Staff Management, Organizational Structure, Risk, and Supply Management. These intensive trainings will verify an individual's knowledge of the concepts and subjects.View all related trainings
Medicaid and Medicare are two governmental programs that provide medical and health-related services to specific groups of people in the United States. Although the two programs are very different, they are both managed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.View all related trainings
Clinical informaticians draw from the broader field of biomedical and health informatics as they apply informatics methods, concepts, and tools to the practice of medicine. Thus, they must understand the culture, boundaries, and complexities of the field. Further, the stakeholders, structures, and processes that constitute the health system affect the information and knowledge needs of health care professionals and influence the selection and implementation of clinical information processes and systems.
The flow of data, information, and knowledge among the various domains of the health system also creates important challenges for clinical informaticians as many of the data used in public health, personal health management, and clinical research originate in the clinical domain and reside in clinical information systems.View all related trainings
The role of the safety professional has undergone change and continues to evolve. With more and more individuals having to take into account sustainability, facilities and other factors into their day-to-day, keeping ahead of the curve can be challenging. Compliance Global webinars offer insight into the future of training and career development with various leading figures from the industry.View all related trainings
Human Resource Compliance means different things depending on your company or professional position. However, at the heart of HR Compliance is that your organization is following Federal and State Employment laws which govern your industry, organization type, and organization (company) size. HR Compliance also means having appropriate HR Programs and HR Policies in place.View all related trainings
HR investigations and Audit include among other Electronic use violations, Fiscal misconduct and HIPAA violations.
Electronic Use Violations: ITS Security will partner with E&MR and department management for cases of improper use of the University's computing systems, including unauthorized accesses, copyright infringement, pornography, unauthorized commercial use of University equipment and infrastructure, and other related issues.
Fiscal Misconduct: Internal Audit will partner with E&MR and department management for cases of improper financial activities. Internal Audit may also partner with the Office of Human Resources in investigating wage-hour violations and leave record inaccuracies.
HIPAA Violations: UNC Health Care will partner with E&MR and department management for violations of confidentiality requirements for health care records (HIPAA).View all related trainings
Identifying and understanding the standards, legislation and regulation that impact your business is the key to identifying and managing risk enterprise-wide. But keeping up to speed with the complex and fast-moving regulatory environment is time consuming and complicated.
Compliance Global's knowledge and information services provide regulatory and legislative information from around the world and across every jurisdiction, with ease of access. We give you a comprehensive understanding of your regulatory obligations, helping you reduce search time, increase efficiency and reduce the risk of non-compliance.
Our established team of top notch speakers provide a wide range of regulatory knowledge and information services that keep governance, risk and compliance practitioners up-to-date with their legal and regulatory obligations.View all related trainings
To achieve success, technical professionals must have strong and flexible interpersonal and communication skills in addition to their technical abilities.
Whether you're an IT professional, engineer, scientist or researcher, communicating with others, both technical and non-technical professionals is an essential part of the job. Compliance Global webinars will give you the interpersonal and communication tools you need to ensure mutual clarity and understanding when dealing with others, so you can maximize all your business interactions and achieve your critical goals.View all related trainings
Employee benefits typically refers to retirement plans, health life insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, vacation, employee stock ownership plans, etc. Benefits are increasingly expensive for businesses to provide to employees, so the range and options of benefits are changing rapidly to include, for example, flexible benefit plans.
Benefits are forms of value, other than payment, that are provided to the employee in return for their contribution to the organization, that is, for doing their job. Some benefits, such as unemployment and worker's compensation, are federally required. Prominent examples of benefits are insurance, vacation pay, holiday pay, and maternity leave, contribution to retirement, profit sharing, stock options, and bonuses.
To understand, compensations, fringe benefits, leave benefits and policy making it is highly imperative that you are tuned into the latest. Get comprehensive knowledge through webinar sessions on Compliance Global.View all related trainings
Human Resource Management is the process of providing human resources to an organization to meet both permanent and short-term work requirements.
The purpose of project Human Resource Management is to ensure that the project has sufficient human resources, with the correct skill sets and experience, for the project to be successfully completed. A project Human Resource Management Plan document describes the end-to-end processes that a project will use to meet its human resource requirements.View all related trainings
Human resource management is evolving into a more technology-based profession. In many organizations, employees now see the face of HR as a portal rather than a person. This transformation of HR service delivery, known as "e-HR", requires a fundamental change in the way HR professionals view their roles.
Compliance Global through its online trainings explore both the opportunities and the potential pitfalls of HR technology. According to recent studies, organizations that successfully adopt sophisticated HR technology tools outperform those that do not. These webinars will help you to better leverage e-HR to transform your HR practices and market your HR brand.View all related trainings
Non-Discrimination/Equal Employment Opportunity Policies is a very vibrant and relevant topic in today's ever evolving world.
An employer's non-discrimination policy, or equal employment opportunity policy, typically covers conditions of employment including hiring, promotions, termination and compensation. Employers should include gender identity or expression and sexual orientation as protected classes, in addition to other federally-protected classes, in non-discrimination policies.View all related trainings
With modification in existing regulations and addition of new ones, financial institutions are faced with a host of challenges in keeping abreast of these changes. There is an immediate need of putting in place an effective and dynamic compliance framework that is responsive to market and regulatory development. Compliance Global's Compliance and Regulatory experts provide expert assistance by providing a comprehensive compliance framework to customers.
For companies to stay relevant process and system enhancements are required to cope with the increasing demands. We ensure accuracy and punctual information transfer to assist our customer in staying relevant. Compliance Global's speakers comprise of technicians and professionals with broad ranging experience of providing effective solutions to financial institutions. Leveraging on our insightful knowledge and deeper understanding of the regulatory requirements within the financial services industry, we are able to assist you in understanding and responding to increased challenges that banks and other financial institutions face in the regulatory regime.View all related trainings
Insurance companies are routinely subject to market conduct and financial examinations, which are thorough, requiring companies to dedicate staff and interrupt their business operations, and can be costly for companies that have multiple domestic regulators. Accordingly, insurers need to know the true scope of their issues and state of their compliance functions, as well as how to make operational any process improvements.
Compliance Global's Insurance Regulatory and Compliance panel of speakers have extensive experience consulting with insurers on regulatory compliance issues and long-standing working relationships with industry trade groups.View all related trainings
Compliance Global's Tax Compliance expert speakers impart knowledge to customers across multiple industries and geographies by providing tax accounting trainings. We help to apply the scientific principles of Lean Six Sigma to finance and accounting processes, generating measurable and ongoing impact through a combination of smarter processes, analytics, and technologies that together drive better business outcomes.
Our tax compliance trainings are built on proven excellence in delivery and solid expertise. Compliance Global's comprehensive panels of tax experts focus on streamlining processes, cutting costs, and ensuring that you derive maximum impact from our country-specific knowledge.View all related trainings
Federal and state regulatory compliance requirements for banks have grown exponentially and touch on all operational areas. Compliance has become very complex and expensive with extensive new regulations, multiple overlapping information sources, and operational impacts that are difficult to identify and track. Banks typically manage compliance workflow manually, which is difficult in multiple branch or interstate operations, and across multiple lines of business. As a result, compliance and operational costs are high, compliance requirements and timelines are missed, exam and audit exceptions occur and liability risk increases.
Compliance Global provides essential compliance management webinars to address regulatory compliance changes with specific notifications and a workflow process for key staff to manage action items and due dates and track these activities until completion.View all related trainings
The risk domain of modern day trade financing is no longer confined to operations risk and the functional responsibility of back-office operations. Apart from trade-based laundering and terrorist financing, bank practitioners have to contemplate emerging risk issues of global sanctions compliance, export controls and the threat of proliferation financing.
Trade finance compliance is laden with hidden minefields, which not only changed the business modus operandi; it exerts tremendous pressure on the way risk management is performed.
What appears as a seemingly 'minor' error in judgment may escalate into a major breach of compliance requirements. Hence it is critical to update your knowledge base through the highly relevant webinar topics by expert speakers on Compliance Global.View all related trainings
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) mandates a stricter governance model and tighter internal controls. It also raises a number of daunting challenges in documenting all critical operational controls, assessing the effectiveness of these controls, and subjecting the assessment report to the scrutiny of independent auditors. In managing these challenges, corporations spent considerably more than what their budget allowed in the initial years. Going forward, the focus for most CFOs is on sustaining SOX compliance at significantly reduced costs.
Compliance Global offers top class online trainings tailor-made to benefit you the most.View all related trainings
In 1994, the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) defined dietary supplements as a category of food, which put them under different regulations than drugs. They are considered safe until proven otherwise. The DSHEA says that dietary supplements cannot contain anything that may have "a significant or unreasonable risk of illness or injury" when the supplement is used as directed on the label, or with normal use if there are no directions on the label.
A dietary supplement is considered "new" if it contains an ingredient not recognized as a food substance, unless it was sold as a supplement before October 1994. If it is new, the manufacturer must provide the FDA with reasonable evidence that the new ingredient is safe before the supplement is marketed to the public.
But manufacturers are not required to test new ingredients or supplements in clinical trials, which would help find risks and potential interactions with drugs or other substances. The DSHEA gives the FDA permission to stop a company from making a dietary supplement, but only when the FDA proves that the product poses a significant risk to the health of Americans. This means they are found unsafe only after they cause harm. This is the reverse of the way prescription and non-prescription drugs are handled.View all related trainings
Large enterprises have an onerous task relative to food safety and quality. It is not enough that the demands are high from government regulations, industry compliance, third parties audits, and internal quality programs, but add these to the fact that most large enterprises rely heavily on grower / packer / shippers for food safety and quality as well in the products they deliver. These companies have a dual responsibility of not only how they handle the product once it is in their passion, but also how was the product handled by their suppliers.
The large enterprise is responsible for the food safety and quality of the food supply chain because these companies own the relationship with the consumer as well as the brand risk if there is an issue. All the more reason to stay updated on the compliances and regulations.View all related trainings
Many countries already have regulatory systems in place for packaging and labelling requirements. These systems may be similar in content and approach, but their differences are significant enough to require multiple classifications, labels and safety data sheets for the same product when marketed in different countries, or even in the same country when parts of the life cycle are covered by different regulatory authorities.
This leads to inconsistent protection for those potentially exposed to the chemicals, as well as creating extensive regulatory burdens on companies producing chemicals. For example, in the United States (U.S.) there are requirements for classification and labelling of chemicals for the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Department of Transportation, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
It is imperative to be in the know-how in this diverse and oft complicated field to stay abreast of the continuous evolutions and Compliance Global leads the way with its dynamic set of highly efficient speakers through their online trainings.View all related trainings
The pharmaceutical industry is reliant on manufacturing the most pure and dependable products, as many components can alter a final medication. Companies in the industry now use heat exchangers to prevent any contamination in the manufacturing process.
According to USA Today, in the last two years, more than 50 recalls have been made by compounding pharmacies because of multiple drug recalls. Avoid these pitfalls, gain insights through Compliance Global's hand-picked relevant webinar topics.View all related trainings
Food Safety Crisis is any unplanned event that triggers a real, or perceived, threat to the safety, health, or environment of consumers, customers or employees.
If a crisis, such as a recall, is not handled well, it will not only impact those who have been involved, but also have a negative impact on a company's reputation, ultimately resulting in lower sales and/or lower stock prices. In some cases, it may put the very survival of a company at risk.
The best time to plan for a crisis is before it occurs, and not when it is occurring. With proper planning, training and testing of the program, a crisis can be managed to minimize the short and long-term negative effects. Compliance Global provides webinars that can help you adequately plan for the Food Recall or Crisis Situation.View all related trainings
GHP compliance covers the minimum sanitary and hygiene practices for food processors, to ensure that food is safe and suitable for human consumption. GHP is a required foundation to implement other food safety management initiatives such as GMP, HACCP and ISO 22000.
The FDA and other regulatory bodies worldwide recommend GHP compliance to ensure that a company is committed to reducing food contamination and food borne diseases by implementing food safety practices.
Compliance Global helps you understand GHP compliance with specialized audits which check for the conformity of hygiene, sanitary and food handling practices at each step of food processing.View all related trainings
There is an increased emphasis on good corporate governance, and risk management at an enterprise level, across all industries. Effective business risk management and compliance management measures have become vital parameters for an organization's survival and growth, in an environment, where risks, both internal and external, can lead to serious reputational and financial losses.
Enterprises need to manage diverse risks by embedding robust frameworks within their business processes, thereby protecting businesses, ensuring enhanced performance and sharpening their competitive edge.
Compliance Global offers webinar topics that cover the entire gamut of risk management consulting for setting up the risk governance, auditing for risk review and monitoring; research and analytics for risk measurement as well as services to ensure regulatory compliance.
Complying with quality standards is no easy task, even with enough resources available to manage them. Unfortunately, today's difficult business climate has not changed the tough quality standard requirements. These requirements take a significant amount of time and resources to manage.
The good news is that successfully managing an organization's quality management system with scarce resources is possible when armed with the right knowledge.
Embracing lessons-learned from experienced speakers of Compliance Global is critical to minimizing failures. Be honest about your resource needs, particularly team member availability. Regular monitoring of your objectives versus actual performance will ensure you get the most out of your investment.View all related trainings
OSHA directs national compliance initiatives in occupational safety and health. OSHA helps business protect their workers and reduce the number of workplace deaths, injuries and illnesses. When employees stay safe and healthy, companies can reduce workers' compensation insurance costs and medical expenses, decreased payout for return-to-work programs, reduce faulty products, and lower costs for job accommodations for injured workers. Indirectly, additional benefits such as increased productivity, lower training costs due to fewer replacement workers and decreased costs for overtime have also been attributed to OSHA's research and guidance.
Since employers have specific responsibilities under OSHA to ensure the safety and health of their workers, it is important to remain abreast on the latest with webinars from Compliance Global.View all related trainings
Enterprise Risk Management services can help provide an organization wide approach to the identification, assessment, communication, and management of risk. The ERM framework addresses five risk elements: risk governance, risk assessment, risk quantification and aggregation, risk monitoring and reporting and risk and control optimization. Compliance Global through their webinar programs can help facilitate knowledge repository to perform an enterprise risk assessment that identifies and assesses an organization's current risk inventory.View all related trainings
It goes without saying that there are many regulations around importing and exporting, complex, regulations. Compliance Global has an expert panel of speakers who can help simplify the complexity of those regulations and provide procedures to keep your company in compliance.
No matter the origin or destination of your goods, the knowledge imparted through our webinars will help you gain the knowledge to perform the due diligence necessary to ensure your shipments meet international regulations.View all related trainings
Corporate governance is the system of rules, practices and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. Corporate governance essentially involves balancing the interests of the many stakeholders in a company - these include its shareholders, management, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community. Since corporate governance also provides the framework for attaining a company's objectives, it encompasses practically every sphere of management, from action plans and internal controls to performance measurement and corporate disclosure.
Most companies strive to have a high level of corporate governance. These days, it is not enough for a company to merely be profitable; it also needs to demonstrate good corporate citizenship through environmental awareness, ethical behavior and sound corporate governance practices. To know more attend Compliance Global's webinars with specialized top notch speakers giving you insights on corporate governance.View all related trainings
In today′s rapidly changing air transport environment, the aviation professionals require access to advanced and comprehensive knowledge, coupled with an in-depth understanding of the needs of the airline industry like air transportation economics, airline planning and operations, industrial relations and human resource issues, aviation safety and security, aviation infrastructure and environmental impacts and airline pricing and distribution.
The major differentiation between the aerospace and aviation training programs are that they cover different airspace. The aviation industry deals with all-things aircraft-related within the earth's atmosphere. These dealings include the design, manufacture and operation of many types of aircraft within this airspace. While the aerospace industry conducts aircraft operations in space.
At Compliance Global, we cover topics that help aviation professionals understand the aerospace, aviation and air traffic control tower operations, concepts, procedures, and safety management techniques. Learn from our upcoming webinar training programs, how high volumes of aircraft, air traffic control operations are managed and controlled to create order out of the chaos.View all related trainings