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Get ahead of compliance

Jan 7, 2020

Get Ahead of Compliance

 

Compliance is a challenging part of doing business today. It's regulations seem to evolve quickly, leaving IT, security and compliance teams constantly struggling to meet baselines and get ahead of the basic requirements. 

The R2:2013 Standard is the latest version of R2, the electronics recycling industry's leading certification. This standard is recognized internationally. Adherence to this standard is required by many large companies before they will do business with any recycler. 

The standard requires companies to maintain records about which materials have been shipped to whom. These records provide a chain of custody from the purchaser all the way through to the final disposition of the recycled equipment. 

Maintaining these records has proven difficult for companies without a robust management system including software. 

With OceanTech, you can feel secure in the knowledge that you've got access to R2 certified industry leaders and regulation experts who can do more than just keep you compliant, they can help you get ahead of compliance challenges. 

OceanTech has developed and maintains procedures for identifying the environmental impacts of our activities and the significant effects it can pose to the environment. Controls have been implemented for any hazards identified. Our improvement program is designed to continuously improve these controls and identify hazards before they become an issue. 

We made the 2021 Inc. 5000 List

We made the 2021 Inc. 5000 List

OceanTech embodies America’s entrepreneurial spirit and the power of perseverance and has reached the pinnacle of success during a time of unprecedented uncertainty.

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