The identification of interested parties as well as the applicable statutory and regulatory requirements are defined in the Procedure for Determining the Context of the Organization and Interested Parties included in our toolkit. This procedure, although is not mandatory it can help the organization to define the identification and update of those legal and other mandatory requirements. In addition you can find the appendix 2 - Conformance Evaluation Record, where you can write the name of the legislation and if you are compliant or you aren´t.
Before including statutory and regulatory requirements in your IMS, you need to identify which are applicable to your processes, and your products or services. You need to know what laws and other mandatory requirements you need to comply with in order to legally provide your products and services. For this you need to have a way to identify the statutory and regulato ry requirements that you need to meet, and you then need to ensure that you keep up to date on any changes. This part of the procedure included in the toolkit can help you to sistematically make this identification and update .