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2020 Global EHS Regulatory Forecast
Join Enhesa for our Regulatory Forecast series, titled the Enhesa Global EHS Regulatory Forecast for 2020! For the 16th consecutive year, Enhesa’s consultants provide you with specialized insight into the EHS laws and policies affecting multinational corporations around the globe with an eye toward the coming year, and beyond.
Based on our continuous tracking of upcoming regulatory and policy developments, this complimentary whitepaper will:
- Examine recent global EHS regulatory growth and topic trends
- Discuss the key drivers in the development of EHS law and policy on a global level
- Explore current and emerging laws, regulations and standards throughout Europe, North America, Latin America, APAC, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Our consultants will provide a forecast of EHS trends to watch in 2020 and will address key questions received from attendees. This is your opportunity to hear directly from the Enhesa consultants and to receive insight into how regulatory requirements will affect your operations moving forward.
- Serena Anand, EHS Regulatory Analyst
- Evelyn Chuang, EHS Regulatory Analyst
- Abi O. Laniyan, EHS Regulatory Analyst
- Taylor Murphy, EHS Regulatory Analyst
- Bernardo Kaiser, EHS Regulatory Analyst
- Nathalia Cortez Gomes, EHS Regulatory Analyst
- Jessica Sarnowski, Head of Content Marketing & Thought Leadership
Managing EHS Compliance Risks Through Leading Indicators
Every organization manages risk. To meet objectives, you need to anticipate potential obstacles, especially the effect of uncertainty on objectives. Risk management is inevitable
Compliance is also inevitable. EHS regulations are rising in importance, as failure to comply can threaten your license to operate. You must comply with EHS regulations to continue operating, and you must operate to meet objectives.
It’s not enough to simply enter EHS compliance risks in a risk register and determine controls. A more proactive approach is needed, one where your response to EHS compliance risks is also measured, ensuring you are doing the right things to make sure that EHS compliance risks are avoided, or promptly addressed when identified.
This joint white paper with Enablon covers:
- The importance of managing EHS compliance risks.
- How mitigating EHS compliance risks can provide a competitive edge.
- The leading indicators that measure how proactively you manage EHS compliance risks.
Managing Legal Compliance As A Part of ISO 14001 And 45001
It will come as no surprise to you that many companies manage their environmental, health and safety (EHS) risks through the application of some form of Management System. When we survey EHS professionals about the management system they have in place, all of their systems require they manage legal compliance.
Your company will need to manage how it complies with EHS laws and regulations. But are you currently doing it in the best way? In our experience, there are a number of misconceptions around what the standards require; as a result,many poor practices have been allowed to permeate. From what we hear from our clients, there is often an inconsistent application by system auditors of what standards require. With that in mind, let’s go back to basics on the ISO Standards we are looking at today.
Integrating Regulatory Content In An EHS Software Platform
EHS Software spending is predicted to reach USD $1.7 billion by 2022.
However, your software platform is only as good as the regulatory content you integrate. This includes Regulatory Compliance Intelligence, practical guidance, legal citations and more.
This publication will cover best practices for:
- Maximizing the ROI of using EHS Regulatory Content in your Software Platform
- Determining what type of content is best for your organization
- Avoiding common integration pitfalls
Managing EHS Compliance In Non-Manufacturing Locations
A significant portion of the workforce of every company is based in an office, retail shop, warehouse or data center. Emerging factors—such as the management of workplace health and well-being; workplace stress; ergonomics; workplace harassment and mental health—mean that non-manufacturing operations should be a key focus of EHS professionals.
Over the course of hundreds of EHS compliance audits at office and warehouse facilities, we found an average of 12 percent non-compliance at "low-risk" sites, largely due to the absence of trained personnel for health and safety management. How can you prevent your "low risk" sites from being less compliant than their industrial counterparts?
This publication will cover:
- The six challenges that cause companies to struggle to meet their compliance obligations.
- The best practice solutions you can implement to ensure your non-manufacturing location is compliant.