2017 Global EHS Regulatory Forecast

2017 is starting on the heels of an uncertain and unpredictable global political landscape. How will the ambiguous changes impact EHS regulations and the success of your business operations? How can you best prepare for the uncertainty? 
Enhesa’s 2017 Global EHS Regulatory Forecast webinar on February 14 & 16, 2017 will prepare you with a better understanding of what to expect worldwide this year. We rely on the expertise of our in-house team of 75+ consultants, from 40+ countries, who monitor EHS and product-related regulatory developments in 240+ jurisdictions around the world. The webinar will analyze the global regulatory climate, identify key EHS trends and their business impact on industry in 2017.

Based on our unique and extensive database of reports monitoring upcoming regulatory and policy developments and our conducting of compliance assessments throughout the world, this complimentary webinar will:
• Examine recent global EHS regulatory growth
• Discuss EHS areas that are currently the most challenging for companies in terms of compliance
• Explore current and emerging laws, regulations, standards and industry initiatives in each region of the world
• Highlight the latest enforcement cases and what this means for your business
• Offer best practices to ensuring EHS regulatory compliance

PRESENTERS:

  • Agathe Subileau, Senior EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa
    Agathe is responsible for monitoring regulatory developments and analyzing their impact on multinational clients, developing and maintaining compliance tools such as audit protocols, country profiles, and regulatory registers for France, Luxemburg, Monaco and Belgium (regions: Wallonia and Brussels). Agathe’s key experience includes maintaining the audit protocol and country profile for France, and advising clients on how to maintain compliance, as well as writing articles on recent legal key developments for the Enhesa Blog and Flash. She holds a Master in Environmental Law from the University Paris-Saclay, and a Lawyer-Linguist Diploma from the Intercultural School ISIT Paris. Agathe speaks French, English, Spanish and German.

 

  • Kengo Okuda, EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa
    Kengo has received a Masters of Science in Public Health from Tulane University in the field of Industrial Hygiene/Occupational Health. His EHS experiences extends to conducting intensive training at companies or government agencies in Japan. Two major Japanese conglomerates –Hitachi and Mitsui Chemicals–, and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, offered regulatory and onsite Occupational Safety and Health practices, while the National Institute of Public Health offered EHS research projects related to the Fukushima nuclear disaster. At Enhesa, Kengo specializes in Japan, Malaysia and Hong Kong. He speaks native-level Japanese and English.

 

  • Ruth White, EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa
    An attorney licensed in Oregon, Ruth received her JD and Masters in Environment Law and Policy from Vermont Law School while also earning the VLS Certificate in International and Comparative Law. She previously earned her B.Sc. in Marine Biology from Texas A&M University. Before Enhesa, Ruth worked on environmental issues in Washington State, Israel, and Nevada. She is a regular contributor to Enhesa’s blog and Flash publications, identifying and analyzing EHS trends in industry with her uniquely accessible writing style, noting recommendations for obtaining regulatory compliance and practical policy reasons for taking those few steps beyond the mandatory requirements. In her free time, Ruth is generally training for races, running between monuments and other destinations in the Washington, D.C. area.