Laws and regulations tend to be difficult to read and interpret. They are written in legalese, making them challenging for non-lawyers to navigate. It is critical that employees responsible for compliance understand critical regulatory concepts, are able to navigate the regulations, and can determine if a regulation applies to their facility.
This course provides an introduction to Federal regulations in the areas of environmental protection, safety and health, and transportation. Students who complete this short online course will develop a broader understanding of the regulatory process, learn how to read the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and develop the skills necessary for applying the regulations.
Registration includes an easy-to-download compliance notebook, along with Lion's top-notch reference materials.
Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options.
Regulatory Literacy Training Topics:
- Overview of the regulatory process
- The differences between law and regulation
- Structure of the Federal government and its laws
- Structure of Federal regulations
- Navigating the Code of Federal Regulations
- Basic regulatory concepts and definitions
- Determining which rules apply to your facility and personnel
Who Should Attend:
This online course is designed for compliance professionals who need to know how to read Federal laws and regulations. For new employees, it provides the essential background in how to navigate the Federal regulations. For experienced compliance managers, this course can also be a useful refresher.