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In general, where does regulatory/standards compliance rank on your priority list?
About 70 percent of managers responding to the survey ranked compliance as a high priority. More than 60 percent say they spend up to five hours per week on compliance, while 18 percent say they spend more than five hours a week on the issues. They probably underestimate that total, Camplin says.
“I don’t think they realize they’re actually spending a lot more time on regulatory compliance,” Camplin says. “I think when they’re looking at this one to five hours per week, they’re probably thinking of a specific regulatory item, like checking fire extinguishers or somebody that’s going to do an inspection for elevators or something more specific, like holding a training event.”
On average, what percentage of your time per week do you spend on the issue?
No matter how managers count work hours devoted to regulatory compliance, many expect that figure will increase. More than 42 percent of the respondents expect time for compliance to increase in the next year, compared to 57 percent who do not anticipate any change.
Do you expect the amount of time you devote to compliance to change in the next year?
Many managers cite continually changing standards and new regulations as reasons they anticipate devoting more time to compliance. Among their comments on the issue of time commitment:
Managers Devote Significant Time to Regulatory Compliance