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Globalization, expanding regulations in foreign countries and US laws related to international business and product quality create a complex compliance challenge for companies with overseas interests. In the US, agencies including the US Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are expanding their cooperation with foreign counterparts to investigate and prosecute corruption and fraud cases. Regional organizations such as the European Union are adopting regulations that differ significantly from their US counterparts, imposing additional regulatory requirements on companies operating in any member country. In addition, national governments such as China and Japan now impose their own regulations on operations within their countries.
UL’s training solutions are available in over 27 languages and are used by clients in more than 50 countries. Clients are provided with the training resources to meet US regulatory requirements as well as those of host countries and regions.
Global organizations rely on UL’s courses to train local workers, subcontractors and US nationals working in foreign offices. Topics range from construction-site safety to material handling at pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, interactions with foreign government officials, cultural awareness and import/export requirements. Global companies can cost-effectively extend their US-based training to overseas sites through translated and localized courses that support enterprise-wide compliance and corporate culture. Clients have deployed UL’s country-specific solutions to achieve compliance under agencies including the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the UK Medicines Regulatory and Healthcare Products Agency (MHRA).
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