I need help developing a 700-word memo to Robert Lord in which identifies the U.S. federal regulations that affect U.S. operations, and compare and contrast those regulations to regulations affecting Chinese manufacturing operations. Also considered are the benefits of self-regulation to meet ethical obligations where regulation is lacking, and support the recommendations based on the perspectives of various stakeholders.
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To: Robert Lord
Date: February 19, 2013
Subject: Stakeholders and U.S. Federal Regulations
U.S. Federal Regulations for Manufacturing Operations
U.S. federal regulation is the codification of the general and permanent rules & regulations that provide proper guidelines and measures for local and outside businesses. Through these regulations U.S. government can take steps against any illegal work in corporate of U.S. This includes total 50 titles broadly that denote federal regulations (Office of the Federal Register (US), 2010). There are some such titles that subject rules for manufacturing operations in U.S. These regulations are applicable for all the organizations that are commercializing business in U.S.
The 10th title includes regulations for manufacturing operation, which is named as Energy. In terms of this regulation, organizations should work in a way to encourage renewable energy and reduce dependency on oil (Nuclear Regulatory Commission & U. S. Department of Energy, 2010). The act of clean air influences organizations toward the careful and minimum use of oxygen content, benzene, and sulfur content of gasoline products. Similarly, federal government includes regulation regarding conservation of power and water resources in title 18, which derives rules for minimum and safe use of water at needed place only. Though US is not suffering with shortage of water in many ...
The recommendations based on the perspectives of various stakeholders are determined.