Middle East

The Middle East has witnessed rapid growth over the past decade due to its strategic global position and its vast oil reserves and natural resources. While the area has predominantly benefited from its oil and gas reserves, concerns over natural resources scarcity, climate change, and air and water pollution led national authorities to implement sustainable growth policies in their development strategies. 

Today, many national authorities in the Middle East have privatized state-owned businesses to allow for more foreign investment and trade opportunities while at the same time ensuring that EHS standards and management policies are integrated to sustainable environment and support long-term economic growth.

Enhesa’s set of EHS management services and tools are readily available for the Middle East, and can be offered in multiple languages to help your operations:

  • identify and understand applicable regulations,
  • verify compliance, and
  • manage continual regulatory change.

Africa

New economic growth in Africa has created opportunities for African countries to raise foreign investment and channel it to enhancing development. As private capital flows into African countries, environmental protection and worker health and safety concerns are growing.  Over the last few years, several African countries have developed more mature regulatory structures to address EHS concerns. Additionally, several countries around the world are adopting laws intended to obtain information about a company's EHS related activity in Africa.

Enhesa’s set of EHS management services and tools are readily available for the African region and can be offered in multiple languages to help your operations:

  • identify and understand applicable regulations,
  • verify compliance, and
  • manage continual regulatory change.

Sample of Latest Compliance News: Middle East

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