Over half of the 50 existing European countries are Member States of the European Union (EU). However, despite the EU’s common framework for many issues within EHS like chemical, waste, and air emissions regulation, several aspects of EHS compliance like product management, permits and enforcement practices are country-specific.
Europe is one of the most highly regulated regions of the world in terms of EHS legislation, which means that companies have an ongoing challenge to understand both EU and local EHS regulatory requirements applicable to them, in addition to adapting to numerous cultural and language differences.
Enhesa’s set of EHS management services and tools are readily available for Europe, and can be offered in multiple languages to help your operations:
- identify and understand applicable regulations
- verify compliance
- manage continual regulatory change