Taylor Murphy

Expert Services Manager

Taylor Murphy

Taylor Murphy joined the Enhesa team in 2019 and is currently working as an Expert Services Manager. She helps companies implement EHS regulatory content into their facilities and problem-solve issues that come up when trying to comply with all the EHS regulations that they have to deal with around the globe.

Her formal training and background includes a J.D and Masters of Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School. She also holds a certificate in Water Resources Law from Vermont Law School.

Water resources has always been a topic that Taylor has been particularly passionate about. “Water is an essential resource and it is crucial that we not only protect our water resources but also ensure that all people have access to clean water.”

Taylor enjoys working directly with clients and helping them figure out the best and most effective way to comply with the EHS regulations that apply to them. She views her work as a direct way to try and protect our natural resources and environment for future generations, as well as ensure healthy and safe workplaces for employees.

“In the future, I hope that companies and regulators make environmental protection a priority and work toward things like reducing emissions, reducing water pollution, and improving the lives of the communities around them. I think we are moving in that direction, but my hope is that it becomes the norm around the globe and becomes a top priority for companies and regulators.”

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2024 – “Rising to the Challenge of Product Sustainability:navigating the regulatory landscape” at Product Sustainability USA 2024 by CWE&T – Conference

2024 – Top 5 trends in sustainability and environmental compliance in the US – webinar​

2024 – Five trends shaping EHS compliance in biopharma companies – Blog article

2024 – EHS for Biopharma Summit – Conference

2023 – EHS and sustainability trends: your 2024 forecaster – webinar

2023 – Mental health and its impact on ESG reporting – Article

2023 – Workplace mental health around the world – Article

2023 – Corporate Environmental Enforcement Council (CEEC): International Environmental Regulatory Forecast – Conference

2022 – Micro learning: Training that works for today’s workforce – Article

2022 – FORUM22 | EHS & Sustainability Management Forum (Title of presentation: Global EHS Regulatory Update) – Conference

2021 – How Biden’s administration is shifting the EHS landscape – Article

2021 – The benefits of teleworking vs remote working requirements – Article

2021 – What is water resource management – Article

2021 – Seeing or succeeding? 4 ways corporate reporting shows more – Article

2021 – What are 3 major environmental laws to watch – Article

2021 – OPEX21 | EHS Operational Excellence Conference (Title of presentation: Global, National and Local Regulatory Implications of the New Administration)

2021 – Compliant wastewater disposal: Basics to know before it goes – Article

2021 – Enhesa Q2 Webinar (Impact of Biden Administration on EHS regulations)

2021 – 2020 Environmental and Health and Safety Regulatory Developments: Canada & the United States – Webinar

2021 – NAEM: Midwest Chapter Meeting (Title of presentation: Global, National, and Local Regulatory Implications of the New Administration) -Webinar

2021 – FORUM21 | EHS & Sustainability Management Forum (Title of presentation: Global EHS Regulatory Update: What You Need to Know) – Conference