The Enhesa Compliance Exchange is a complimentary event that offers corporate attendees a unique meeting place to hear how companies are successfully developing strategic regulatory compliance management programs. You will be able to directly engage with both your peers and Enhesa experts on latest regional and industry trends. The agenda will feature presentations from Enhesa Fortune 1000 clients including a keynote address from General Electric’s Senior EHS Counsel, Bruce Adler, opportunities to deep-dive into global and regional trends with Enhesa Regulatory experts, topical discussions for in-person benchmarking and case studies on developing effective EHS compliance strategies to address emerging regulatory trends.
Enhesa is the market leader in global environmental, health and safety compliance assurance providing support to businesses worldwide. We leverage our unique knowledgebase utilizing our in-house team of over 75 dedicated EHS regulatory analysts from more than 40 different countries to provide insights and analysis regarding EHS regulatory developments from around the world. Enhesa provides this key regulatory intelligence for over 200 jurisdictions around the world in both a easy to understand and utilize manner.
Enhesa Compliance Exchange Keynote Speaker: Bruce Adler, The General Electric Company
Bruce is the Environmental, Health and Safety Counsel in Corporate Environmental Programs for the General Electric Company. He is responsible for significant enforcement and legal issues pertaining to environmental, health and safety across the company. He previously worked as Environmental Counsel for Union Carbide Company, and was the Associate Regional Counsel in the Enviromental Protection Agency's regional office in New York.
Bruce was an associate professor of environmental law at New York Law School and has testified before Congress on environmental issues. He was also a Vice Chair of the ABA SONREEL Hazardous Waste Committee. Bruce earned his J.D. from New York Law School in 1979 and his B.A. in Environmental Studies from George Washington University in 1976.
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