EHS and sustainability trends: your 2023 mid-year update

A close look at recent changes and upcoming trends in EHS and sustainability, to help you redefine your strategy and goals for the rest of 2023.

  • Session 1 with focus on APAC and EMEA
  • Session 2 with focus on USA and EMEA

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Discover recent amendments in EHS and sustainability trends


Know what has changed and what is new for the rest of the year


Align your compliance strategy and make sure it is still fit for purpose

What’s in it for you?

  • Learn what’s changed around EHS and sustainability regulations halfway through the year
  • Hear the latest developments in the most prominent topic areas, such as climate change, chemical management, and physical leads
  • Stay abreast of the latest air emission reduction targets
  • Discover the newest chemical management requirements, such as the use, import, and storage of chemicals in your manufacturing processes
  • Be mindful of mental, emotional and physical health requisites to protect your workforce

Speakers (APAC/EMEA)

Beatriz Garcia Fernandez

Beatriz García Fernández-Viagas

EHS & Sustainability Expert

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Yujing Pan

EHS & Product Compliance Expert

Speakers (US/EMEA)

Beatriz Garcia Fernandez

Beatriz García Fernández-Viagas

Regional Expert


Taylor Schock

EHS Regulatory Consultant

A continuous wave of regulatory changes is forecasted in 2023 and beyond. Our experts across the globe will walk you through this legislative maze.

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Bringing your operations into conformity with the requirements of the regulations is not an easy feat. Our experts at Enhesa help you find ways to master your regulatory compliance strategy based on the newest EHS and sustainability trends that arose since the start of 2023, including on:

  • Climate change and the stricter air emission reduction targets
  • Chemical management, including the newest requirements on the use, import, and storage of chemicals in manufacturing
  • Protection of workers, from mental health to labor quota risks, and heat-related illness all the way to protection against hazardous chemicals such as lead