Webinars

The Enhesa Webinar Series offers complimentary webinars throughout the year on various Environmental, Health and Safety related topics.

To learn more about the webinars we offer, or to sign up to begin receiving webinar invitations to attend, contact us.

 

December 9, 2014

Mitigating EHS Risks: A Discussion with GE Capital & Johnson Controls

Where does your greatest EHS risk lie?

In a recent survey conducted by Enhesa, 63% of respondents noted that regulatory compliance was viewed as one of the most significant risks posing a threat to operations.

Over the past 5 years, the pace of regulatory change has increased dramatically. This year alone, over 3,253 laws came into effect worldwide. As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve rapidly, the number of potential risks grows as companies are obligated to comply with more regulations.

How can you mitigate these risks in order to assure operational excellence?

In this complimentary webinar, Enhesa will highlight areas within EHS believed to pose the greatest risks to companies in 2015. Heidi King of GE Capital and Jeramy LeMieux of Johnson Controls will offer insight into various strategies and tactics used to effectively monitor, assess, and mitigate EHS risks.
 

August 27, 2014

6 Steps to Compliance

Practitioners and Managers of international EHS regulatory compliance are frequently confronted with numerous challenges and obstacles when operating at a global level. The management process seems next to impossible when varying languages, cultural barriers, regulatory frameworks and perceptions of the law are factored into the equation. Managers constantly have to understand varying interpretations and applications of EHS regulations in different countries and regional jurisdictions. What are the implications of non-compliance in each different location?

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June 24, 2014

Eastern Europe: A Regulatory Update

Since 2009, there has been significant growth in environmental, health and safety regulation in Eastern Europe.  Over the past year alone, we have seen consistent growth in various categories including chemicals management, water management, air emissions, waste management and product stewardship.

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May 1, 2014

Global EHS Risk Management: A Preview to the Enhesa Sponsored IOSH 2014 Conference Track

Attended by nearly 400 individuals, this webinar focused on the issue of Global Risk Management while also providing a backdrop to Enhesa’s sponsored conference track at the IOSH 2014 conference, the UK’s leading conference for Health and Safety professionals.

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April 17, 2014

U.S. Regulatory Update 2014

Attended by nearly 300 EHS professionals from around the globe, this webinar focused on the anticipated changes in the United States’ EHS Regulatory Framework, highlighting the latest developments and key regulatory trends in the areas of air emissions and climate change, chemicals exposure, waste management, water protection and enforcement practices.

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March 18, 2014

The Challenges of Auditing All Around the World

In this webinar, Dawn Krawczak of DTK Enterprises and Jack Welsch of Enhesa  discussed the challenges and opportunities for the management of global audit programs that goes beyond verifying compliance with regulations and corporate standards to establishing the foundation for sustainability initiatives.

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November 5, 2013

Global Compliance Challenges in “Low Risk” Environments

Are you aware of the health and safety regulations impacting your offices, warehouses and other non-manufacturing facilities? Do you have policies and procedures in place to deal with infractions or accidents in non-manufacturing locations? Are you prepared to pay the fines and penalties associated with transgressions of such regulations?

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September 19, 2013

Communicating the Value of a Risk Reduction Culture

Your role involves having a keen eye for managing risks in a number of areas like workplace hazards, environmental releases, non-compliance penalties, and company reputation. Most EHS Managers will agree that this is not an easy job. As regulations increase at alarming rates and enforcement practices continue to intensify, you are most likely doing more with less to mitigate the EHS risks your company faces.

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June 6, 2013

U.S. EHS Regulatory Outlook for 2013 and Beyond

After the reelection of President Obama in November 2012, U.S. citizens and organizations alike await the impacts that the second term will have on issues like energy and climate change. Cabinet-level agencies including the Interior, Energy, and the Environmental Protection Agency, have been appointed new leaders in 2013, which could be influential to the future direction of environmental regulation.

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April 16, 2013

Results from Enhesa and Bloomberg BNA’s 2012-2013 Auditing Benchmarking Survey

In late autumn 2012, Bloomberg BNA and Enhesa launched their joint benchmark survey of corporate environment, health and safety auditing departments, with a focus on global auditing practices.

Nearly 300 international companies with headquarters around the world, and active in the full panoply of industrial sectors, responded making this the most comprehensive report on the state of Global EHS compliance auditing, including input from major firms headquartered in Europe, North America, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region.

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March 1, 2013

2013 Global EHS Regulatory Forecast

In 2009, Enhesa's global forecast focused heavily on rapid EHS developments happening around the world, and particularly in the "BRIC" countries. Today in 2013, Enhesa is able to reflect on the 2009 forecast and look at how the trends identified then have evolved. Over the intervening years we have seen several countries make bold changes and we have witnessed enforcement intensity dramatically increase in several unexpected jurisdictions.

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January 31, 2013

China’s 2013 Regulatory Update

China continues to be a country of expansive growth for companies - not only as a location for operations, but also as a market for products and services. In conjunction, EHS awareness, regulation and enforcement activities are increasing throughout the nation.

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