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Enhesa’s Global EHS Regulatory Forecast 2017

16 Mar. 2017 By Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford

Recap of an enduringly popular and truly global event.

In February 2017, some 400 EHS professionals from across industry, and 26 countries, attended two sessions of the latest in Enhesa’s complimentary webinar series.

Now in its tenth year, Enhesa’s annual Global Regulatory Forecast Webinar has become an institution within the EHS industry, providing an overview of recently adopted laws, as well as looking forwards to trends in proposed laws and policy developments across the whole world.

Ask Enhesa: Vol. 2

28 Feb. 2017 By Rachel Degenhardt Karpovich

You asked and we answered!

Women in Auditing

14 Feb. 2017 By Jillian Bernstein

While wearing my audit manager hat, I need to consider the culture of the jurisdiction in which I am compiling an audit team.
Perhaps, in that jurisdiction, a woman cannot be a lead auditor.
Perhaps, a woman may not be comfortable staying in the local motel.
While wearing my auditor hat, I am often confronted with the fact that I am a woman, and a young woman at that.

Ask Enhesa: Vol. 1

8 Feb. 2017 By Rachel Degenhardt Karpovich

You asked and we answered!

Green Intentions in the Brexit White Paper?

3 Feb. 2017 By Mark Atkinson

Following the recent Parliamentary vote where MPs approved legislation allowing for Article 50 to be triggered, and as we hurtle towards Theresa May’s own end-of-March deadline, the United Kingdom Government has published its previously promised Brexit White Paper (officially known as 'The United Kingdom’s exit from and partnership with the European Union White Paper').

Canadian government announces pan-Canadian approach to pricing carbon pollution

26 Jan. 2017 By Kasia Branny

On 3 October 2016, the Canadian Government proposed its pan-Canadian approach to pricing carbon pollution. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that provinces must adopt a carbon pricing scheme by 2018 or the federal government will impose a carbon price. Provinces and territories must decrease emissions in line with Canada's target of 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030 and with the reductions expected in jurisdictions that choose a price-based system.

The Practicality of EHS Legal Compliance – Globally Speaking

18 Jan. 2017 By Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford

Let me start this article by asking you two questions.

1) Are you currently legally compliant with all applicable EHS laws in every location you operate?

2) How much does non-compliance with EHS laws cost your organization annually, globally?

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