On February 10th & 12th, Enhesa hosted their first webinar of 2015. Capitalizing on the expertise of our in-house team of 75 consultants from over 40 countries monitoring EHS and product related regulatory developments in more than 200 jurisdictions around the world, Enhesa's 2015 Global EHS Regulatory Forecast analyzed the global regulatory climate, identifying key EHS trends and their business impact on industry in 2015.
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 in various areas including
- Highlighted the latest enforcement cases and what this means for you
- Offered best practices to ensuring EHS regulatory compliance
Kimberly Stefanski is an EHS Regulatory Consultant with Enhesa based in Washington, DC. She specializes in U.S. law and is the lead consultant for federal and California content. Her work involves monitoring environmental, health and safety regulatory developments; developing and updating audit protocols; and assisting with quality control and editing of content for U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Ms. Stefanski is particularly interested in regulatory issues concerning chemicals exposure, chemicals in products, and environmental public health. She holds a Juris Doctor degree with a Certificate in Environmental Law from the University of Maryland School of Law, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology Education from Penn State University.
Maram Salaheldin is an EHS Regulatory Consultant with Enhesa based in Washington, DC, and covers various Middle Eastern and African countries. She is an Egyptian-born attorney admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland. Ms. Salaheldin lived most of her life in multiple countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa, including Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. She monitors regulatory developments throughout the Middle East and Africa and has written and updated various audit protocols and regulatory profiles for multiple jurisdictions. Ms. Salaheldin holds a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Maryland, Francis King Carey School of Law, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in History (Honors) and Political Science from Rice University. Ms. Salaheldin is a native Arabic and English speaker with advanced proficiency in French.