The new electronic duty of care (edoc) system
Every year approximately 23 million waste transfer notes are completed – mainly paper records which then need storing for at least two years. This is a lot of paper requiring a lot of storage and makes retrieval of data problematic. In response to this, the electronic duty of care (edoc) system has been developed which will offer an alternative to the existing paper-based system of waste transfer notes and significantly enhance the ability to extract good quality data for businesses, regulators and government.
This webinar outlined the current situation regarding duty of care and looked at some of the challenges which organisations face in managing their obligations. The webinar will then introduce the edoc system, including a walkthrough of some of its key features and benefits.
Further information on the edoc programme is available from the edoc website.
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