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Automotive Regulatory Compliance Services

Reduce risk. Improve safety.

Successful regulatory compliance is vital to an efficiently functioning automotive organisation and a well-trained workforce. Yet regulations may force the industry to transform. Two primary types of compliance — health, safety and environmental; and process risk, emergency, and safety management — demand the most attention. While they address different compliance issues (with some crossover) they raise similar challenges for global brands. These include:

  • Increasingly complex and restrictive governmental regulations
  • Differing, sometimes divergent, nation-to-nation regulatory frameworks
  • Increased production costs to comply with regulations
  • Time and resources to implement and adapt to new regulations
  • Access to highly specialised expertise to keep pace with constantly evolving compliance requirements

And let’s not forget the potential for huge regulatory penalties and potential legal liability due to lack of compliance.

Clearly, the current automotive regulatory landscape calls for carefully designed regulatory risk management and compliance solutions. And now is not the time for off-the-shelf solutions that may become obsolete before you even unwrap them.

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Building a culture of compliance

With cross-industry know-how and knowledge built from over 50 years in the field, we offer regulatory compliance services that help minimise risk and maintain compliance. Our expertise includes developing governance, risk management, and regulatory compliance procedures in the following areas:

  • Emergency Management Services
  • Environmental Services
  • Health, Safety and Environmental
  • Process Safety and Risk Management
  • Safety Training

Focusing on technical regulation elements as they relate to your organisation, we engage your management, workforce, and stakeholders in building a culture of compliance that supports your commitment to process safety. If your programmes require improvement, we partner with you to identify the issues, develop a strategy for improvement and implement the solution.

Health, safety and environmental compliance

This area of compliance seems to grow more complex every day. From mitigating the impact of pandemic outbreaks and natural disasters to adhering to OSHA policies and training your workforce to safely handle hazardous materials, the risks quickly add up. We help you mitigate these risks with comprehensive workforce training programmes that increase safety and environmental awareness.

Our Solutions

process safety and risk management services

Ageing facilities, a depleted workforce and an ever-growing regulatory environment translate to greater scrutiny on your company’s production facilities.

GP Strategies offers a comprehensive suite of process safety and regulatory risk management solutions to meet the needs of your global automotive enterprise.

  1. Consulting services

    These include an in-depth assessment to help improve the performance of your process safety management and mechanical integrity programmes.

  2. Mechanical integrity

    A systematic approach to help identify, prioritise and mitigate risks to minimise downtime and maximise safety.

  3. Procedures

    Resources for timely development of operating and maintenance procedures.

  4. Training services

    Comprehensive operator and maintenance training services to ensure workers are qualified to perform critical job duties.

  5. Compliance assessments

    Independent third-party audits and assessments (using OSHA PSM audit guidelines) help clarify the state of your process safety management programme.

  6. rocess hazard analysis

    Define your process boundaries and risks by utilising “what if”, HAZOP, FMEA, or layers of protection analysis.

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