RegScan, Inc., a national leader in online tools that provide easy access and interpretation of regulatory data, announced that it had acquired all the products and assets of Pilko Checkpoint Audit Protocols. The Checkpoint Audit Protocols are a leading tool for compliance with energy sector regulations. The protocols will be relaunched as Checkpoint Energy Audit Protocols and will be fully integrated within the RegScan Global Compliance System and its Socrates Compliance Knowledge Management System. The merger of the two products will create a valuable new set of services for the energy sector.
Ned Ertel, RegScan, Inc. President and CEO, stated, “We plan to expand the value, ease of use, and improve tailoring of these industry recognized audit protocols by pairing them with our award winning compliance technology.” Ertel went on to say “We will use our Socrates Compliance Knowledge Management System to tailor the over 7,600 page of audit related questions to each subscriber’s energy facility.
George Pilko, Pilko & Associates Co-Founder and Chairman, said of the acquisition “We made sure that the new stewards of the Checkpoint Audit Protocols had the right commitment to quality and the vision necessary to continue their industry leading stature”
Founded in 1987, RegScan, Inc. provides its services to Fortune 1000 companies worldwide. RegScan provides unique online tools that enable easy access and interpretations of domestic and international regulatory data, audit protocols, change management, and compliance management. Its compliance research and change management system, RegScan GCS, provides the regulatory information while its’ Socrates Compliance Knowledge Management system provides the controls and feedback to manage the compliance process.
Since 1980 Pilko & Associates has advised Corporate Officers and Boards on high profile Environmental, Health and Safety assignments. Our consultants average 28+ years of experience; we have worked in 57 countries. We are “Business Driven EHS Advisors to Senior Executives and Boards”--typically advising on major Transactions, ongoing Governance or large Litigation Cases.