EHS Compliance Made Easy

RegScan combines best-in-class, up to date EHS content with customized support and flexibility.

EHS Alerts

Stay up to date on the regulations impacting your business

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EHS Research

EHS Research

EHS laws and regulations for over 200 jurisdictions worldwide

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Applicability

Expertly determine requirements for your business

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Audit Solutions

Detailed information and guidance covering EHS and security requirements

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Inspection Checklists Checklists tailored to your organization's greatest needs LEARN MORE Learn more i-Comply CHECKLISTS Office & Data Centers LEARN MORE Country Monitor
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Providing Clear Analysis for EH&S Authored by expert environmental lawyers, the RegScan™ Country Monitor covers the same topical areas as our global legal registers and audit protocols. LEARN MORE
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3,500,000+

Regulatory Documents

The RegScan™ One library of document content is unmatched.


200+

Jurisdictions

Legal Registers and Audit Protocols from virtually every jurisdiction around the globe.


12+

Interface Languages

You guessed it; more to come!


30+ years

Library Lifespan

Established in 1987, RegScan™ has been compiling our library for our clients for over 33 years.

Latest News from Regscan

Complete COVID-19 Update

You may be wondering what’s next when it comes to COVID-19. We have got the latest by country.

Hungary’s Response on Covid-19

On March 11th, the Hungarian Government declared a state of emergency in the country. An initial curfew was declared on March 27th for two weeks, but on April 9th, The Prime Minister extended the curfew indefinitely.

South Africa’s COVID-19 Exposure

On 23 March 2020, the President of South Africa announced a nationwide lock-down. According to the order, individuals will not be allowed to leave their homes except under strict circumstances, such as to seek medical care, buy food and other essential supplies, or collect a social grant.