The role of EHS and sustainability compliance in GRC 


Explore how better EHS and sustainability compliance management can enhance GRC with guest speakers Michael Rasmussen and Paul Cadwallader 


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Learn how the GRC framework helps companies consolidate disparate data streams to mitigate organizational risk 


Get insight into how managing EHS, sustainability, and GRC together with a centralized program promotes a more agile business 


See the benefit of technology platforms designed to support existing processes and efficient decision-making 

GRC is a strategic framework that helps mitigate the impacts of regulatory non-compliance by defining and managing the intersection of organizational governance, risk, and compliance. And that includes EHS and sustainability requirements — which may result in steep legal, financial, and market impacts when they’re not met. 

To avoid the potential business impacts of non-compliance, companies must coordinate at the leadership and governance levels to ensure no risks slip through the cracks. 

But when the requisite information is scattered across disconnected sources, teams, and technologies, it’s imperative to centrally manage EHS and sustainability compliance to reduce organizational risks and build a strong GRC program. This is where Enhesa’s solutions can have a positive impact on any GRC program.  

In this webinar Enhesa brings together Michael Rasmussen of analyst firm GRC2020, and Paul Cadwallader of GRC solution provider CoreStream, for a roundtable discussion of the critical role EHS and sustainability solutions have in supporting GRC initiatives for leading companies worldwide.  



Michael Rasmussen

Michael Rasmussen is the lead analyst and founder of GRC 20/20 Research, a firm providing insight into governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) solutions and strategies for global businesses. 


Paul Cadwallader

Paul Cadwallader is SVP Client Solutions and Success at GRC solution provider CoreStream, which provides organizations with technology to manage governance, risk, and compliance, including assurance activities. 


Mary Foley

Mary Foley, Expert Services Strategy Director with Enhesa, has over 25 years’ experience in strategy and risk management, covering consulting, certification, and assurance, and is currently a Forbes contributor. 

To avoid the potential business impacts of non-compliance companies must coordinate at the levels of leadership and governance, ensuring no risks slip through the cracks.

Don’t miss the discussion

Watch this compelling conversation between experts in the world of EHS, sustainability, and GRC to find out how a combined view of these three topics can enhance compliance efficiency and effectiveness. 

In this discussion-style webinar, learn how:  

  • GRC helps companies bring together disparate data streams to mitigate organizational risk 
  • Technology platforms can support existing processes for more efficient decision-making 
  • Centralized, transparent EHS and sustainability content can improve compliance management 
  • Managing GRC, EHS, and sustainability together can promote a more agile business 
  • Monitoring and adapting to compliance requirements proactively promotes organizational resilience