Corporate Compliance

Running Head: Riordan Corporate Compliance Plan

Riordan Corporate Compliance Plan

University of Phoenix

Jeremy Brooks

Corporate Compliance Plan

    I. Organization Overview

        Riordan was founded in 1991 by a professor of chemistry named Dr Riordan. He developed several products and obtained patents relative to processing different polymers into high strength plastic substrates (University of Phoenix, 2004). The company started as Riordan Plastics, in 1993 changed to Riordan Manufacturing with the acquisition of a manufacturing plant in Albany, GA. In today’s time, Riordan has expanded their manufacturing plants to include on in China. They produce plastic fan parts in the China plant and the Pontiac, Michigan facility makes custom plastic parts. Riordan services several industries, including auto parts and aircraft manufacturers, the department of Defense, beverage makers and bottlers, and appliance manufacturers. This company employs 550 people within their facilities. They have revenues in excess of $1 billion and annual earnings of $46 million (University of Phoenix, 2004).

    II. Corporate Compliance Overview
        Riordan has established a Corporate Compliance Plan tailored to the company’s line of business. In keeping with the changing business, Riordan is dedicated to managing, manufacturing, and operating our products in an ethical and moral manner. Riordan will conduct its business in compliance of the laws of whatever jurisdiction that it does business, whether its local, state, or federal regulations. This Compliance Plan was adopted so that Riordan may fulfill its obligations to observe the laws and public policies that affect our business. This plan will us the recommendations found in the Committee of Sponsoring Organization of the Treadway Commission, or COSCO (, 2010). The cooperation of all employees is necessary for this plan to be effective. It will contain resources for questions that may arise about appropriate...