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Compliance Management System Improving and simplifying the management of commitments, permits and approvals for project and technical teams, managers and stakeholders


Benefits 99 Streamlines environmental audits and reporting 99 Enhances communication 99 Eliminates time-consuming and confusing spreadsheets

The Compliance Management System (CMS) has been designed to eliminate the need for bulky, repetitive Environmental Management Plans and unruly compliance spreadsheets. It provides transparency at all levels, and improves responsibility and accountability.

99 Reduces the risk of missing deadlines 99 Saves time and money 99 Improves transparency, responsibility, and individual accountability

Spatial allocation of approvals, commitments and project constraints

• Tracks and manages permits and approvals through the acquisition process • Tracks and manages commitments, actions, objectives, and targets of all types • Links commitments to source documentation, regulatory requirements, plans, engineering drawings, and proofs of completion • Manages internal and external stakeholder roles, notifications, and communications • Interfaces with Outlook and provides automatic email reminders • Provides a live schedule of commitments and accountabilities • Represents commitments spatially via ProjectSight (web-based Geographic Information System) • Captures monitoring data instantaneously • Integrates company targets and objectives • Easy-to-use login and home page with live data reports

How it works in your project The CMS can be used by environmental specialists, project managers, team members, stakeholders and subcontractors as a common tool for the management of regulatory compliance, commitments, permits, approvals and stakeholder engagement. Planning and Approvals • Plan project approvals, separate them into tasks, and assign responsible personnel and deadlines • Track the progress of each approval • Organize communications with regulators • Receive notifications when approvals impact the project schedule critical pathways

The WorleyParsons way • Dashboard reporting (obligations, commitments, performance) • Task monitoring (reporting, auditing, compliance) • Performance management (objectives and targets, external reporting, management reviews)

Construction and Commissioning • Store, track and report on regulatory and internal commitments • Produce contractor permits which include work package and area based commitments • Track contractor compliance with commitments/ permits • Record and store monitoring data and environmental project information (e.g. stockpiles) • Close out commitments and prepare for operations • Store and correspond with stakeholders

Whats needed • Assured and demonstrable compliance • Greater efficiency • Clarity of responsibility and accountability

Operations and Improvements • Store, track and report regulatory commitments • Set and track targets and objectives • Store and report ongoing monitoring and environmental project information • Schedule and track compliance based events (monitoring and reporting) • Store and correspond with all stakeholders Closure and Remediation • Monitor and report on remediation activities, drawing all information from previous phases • Close out regulatory commitments, and report on overall project performance • Carry out due diligence activities and ongoing monitoring For more information contact:

Current Practice • Too complicated • Reactive • Retrospective • Time consuming • Onerous monitoring

Compliance management system  
Compliance management system  

The Compliance Management System (CMS) has been designed to eliminate the need for bulky, repetitive Environmental Management Plans and unru...