Information Handling Services Inc. (IHS) and Citation Publishing, Inc. have announced the immediate availability of the ESH (Environmental, Safety & Health) Management Solution. The new ESH Management Solution is designed to deliver online, one-stop access to current and historical worldwide environmental, safety, health and transportation laws, regulations, codes and standards from federal, state and international sources. The ESH Management Solution incorporates intellectual property from the IHS Specs & Standards Service and the Citation CyberRegs products. IHS is now a recognized distributor of CyberRegs. The ESH Management Solution is designed for manufacturers in architecture/engineering/construction (AEC), energy and petrochemical, electronics, government, and government-related industries.
The new product includes the following features: Full-text ESH (Environmental, Safety & Health) and transportation laws and regulations are currently available in the following countries: U.S. including state-level, Mexico, Canada including provinces, Australia, Brazil, Spain, UK, France, Germany, Poland, and the European Union. China and Russia will be available mid-year. ESH industry-related laws, regulations, and standards are available in custom collections that are automatically updated and searchable by document number, keyword, or organization. RegMatch enables the quick viewing of an entire list of regulatory documents related to the context of any Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) or U.S. States' section. Change Tracking System allows customers to track changes to regulations by viewing older versions of various regulatory documents, and see an advanced comparison between a current document and an archived document (or compare two archived versions) in a detailed, color-coded display that shows additions, deletions, and modifications. Based on personal user profiles, email notification services deliver an email when any selected law, regulation, or standard changes, expediting awareness and changes in laws that may impact a company's processes or programs. Links to referenced standards from within regulations via the CyberRegs upgrade, CyberRegs Connect.