On February 17th & 18th, Enhesa hosted their first webinar of 2016. We rely on the expertise of our in-house team of 75 consultants - from over 40 countries – who monitor EHS and product-related regulatory developments in more than 200 jurisdictions around the world. Enhesa's 2016 Global EHS Regulatory Forecast analyzed the global regulatory climate, identified key EHS trends and their business impact on industry in 2016.
Utilizing our knowledgebase of over 40,000 regulatory texts, as well as Enhesa’s proficiency in monitoring EHS regulations and conducting compliance assessments throughout the world, this complimentary webinar:
- Examined recent global EHS regulatory growth
- Discussed EHS areas that are currently the most challenging for companies in terms of compliance
- Explored current and emerging laws, regulations, standards and industry initiatives in each region of the world
- Highlighted the latest enforcement cases and what this means for your business
- Offered best practices to ensuring EHS regulatory compliance
Claire Brown is an EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa and is based in Washington, D.C. Claire is an American-trained EHS regulatory expert with one year of professional experience. She specializes in American and Canadian EHS law at the federal and state/provincial level and is responsible for monitoring regulatory developments and analyzing their impact on multinational clients, as well as developing and maintaining compliance tools such as audit protocols, country profiles, and regulatory registers. Claire’s key experience includes developing an audit protocol and country profile for Guam, extending coverage of British Columbia and Iowa to address EHS compliance issues specific to wind farms and presenting new regulatory developments and their impacts to clients. She has a Juris Doctor awarded by The George Washington University Law School and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geoscience awarded by Texas A&M University. Claire is licensed to practice law in Maryland.
Paige Davis is an EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa and is based in Washington, D.C. Paige is an American-trained EHS regulatory expert with over one year of professional experience. She specializes in North American EHS law and is responsible for monitoring legislative and regulatory changes, maintaining the accuracy of the EHS laws and regulations of several jurisdictions in the US and Canada as well as ensuring the quality of the work carried out in the area. Paige’s key experience includes developing and maintaining audit protocols and country profiles for eight states and three Canadian provinces, as well as advising multinational clients on how to maintain compliance. She holds both a Juris Doctor and a Masters in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School, awarded in 2013. Paige also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Studies with a concentration in Public Policy and a minor in Legal Studies. Paige graduated with Honors from Ithaca College in 2010 and is licensed to practice law in New York State.
Ada Silakiewicz is a Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa and is based in Brussels. Ada is responsible for the development and maintenance of country profiles and audit protocols for Poland and Belgium (regions: Wallonia and Brussels) as well as providing advice to clients on existing and emerging EHS issues. Moreover, she is monitoring regulatory developments in the European Union in the field of air emissions, renewable energy and waste. She holds a LL.M. degree in European Law awarded by the College of Europe in Bruges and a Masters in European Studies awarded by the Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznan in Poland. Ada speaks English, Polish, and French and is improving her Italian.