What is Regulatory Compliance?

Regulatory Compliance Definition

Regulatory compliance refers to how businesses and other organizations follow state, federal, and international laws, standards, or guidelines. Regulatory compliance varies by industry. For electronic high-tech, consumer electronics, and medical device manufacturers, regulatory compliance spans FDA, EU MDR, ISO, SOX, ITAR, EAR, OSHA, environmental (e.g., RoHS, WEEE, REACH, conflict minerals), and many other areas.

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