Compliance Tracker Features

A live dashboard showing exactly what, when and where you need to take action

How does it work?

We help you identify your data

We help you identify your data

Using your existing spreadsheets and our templates, we will work with you to identify all your compliance data and help you define your alerting requirements

We load your data

We load your data

We get your data loaded into Compliance Tracker, meaning you don’t have to do lots of keying in

We come and train you

We come and train you

Once your data is loaded, we’ll come back and make sure you’re happy with it and that you know how the system works. This should take no more than an hour.

You’re up and running!

You're up and running!

You can ditch those spreadsheets and let Compliance Tracker do all the checking and alerting, freeing you up to do something else.

Get in touch to find out more

What else can it do?

Capture and report on training expenses

Define regions, sub-regions and specialties to segment your workforce

Record Incidents and Risks for any member of your workforce.

Record CPD (Continual Professional Development) for your workforce.

Set up read-only users with restricted access to various features.

Retain compliance history for all staff, facilities and equipment

Who is Compliance Tracker for?

Any person or organisation in which keeping your workforce, your facilities and your equipment compliant is critical.

It shows any auditor that you take compliance management seriously, backed up by a full record of all compliance activity.

  • Property Management
  • Care & Nursing homes
  • Engineering
  • Construction industry
  • Health & Safety

  • Auditing (ISO, CQC, H+S)
  • Fire & Security engineers
  • Education
  • Law enforcement
  • Insurance assessors

Easy to implement

We will help and guide you through the process of setting everything up

Easy to use

Compliance Tracker is intuitive and easy to learn. Help screens are available throughout the system

Ongoing support

We want to stay in touch and make sure you get the best from your compliance management system

What could be the cost to your business of non-compliance

  • £25,000

    West Sussex hotel fined after a gas oven exploded, injuring a chef

    Local Magistrates said “company procedures for managing fire safety showed a total disregard for the safety of guests and staff"

    Source: www.staylegal.net

  • £100,000

    Bristol company fined

    Three workers at a company in Bristol were exposed to hazardous chemicals over a four-year period leading to the onset of dermatitis. The company was fined a total of £100,000 and ordered to pay £30,000 costs for breaching The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, six separate breaches of the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations, and for not reporting a case of allergic contact dermatitis.

    Source: www.hse.gov.uk

  • £400,000

    Fashion chain's Oxford Street shop in breach of fire and safety regulations

    New Look's flagship Oxford Street store was gutted by fire in 2007. 35 fire engines and 150 fire-fighters were needed to tackle the blaze. Trade was disrupted at more than 50 Oxford Street shops. New Look pleaded guilty to two breaches of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 following prosecution by the London Fire Brigade.

    Source: www.staylegal.net

  • £2.2 million

    Fridge supplier fined £2.2 million for restricting online discounts

    The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) today imposed a fine of £2,298,820. This was after the initial fine was reduced by 10% for ITW Limited setting up a comprehensive programme to train its staff in compliance with competition law and a further 20% to reflect savings due to ITW’s admission and co-operation with the CMA under a settlement agreement.

    Source: www.gov.uk

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