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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.
Making A Winning EHS Compliance Business Case To The C-Suite
EHS is not about the Environment or People: It's about Business Continuity, Risk Management, Governance and Sustainability.
EHS professionals across different industry sectors and vendors of every kind of EHS-related software, tool or service are all united in asking the same question: How can we convince the C-Suite that EHS is important to the business?
This publication will cover:
- The necessary terminology to help make the business case.
- What EHS means to individual members of the C-Suite.
- How you can represent EHS as a necessity rather than an expense to the C-Suite.
A Guide to Operating and Investing In India
Investing and Operating in India?
Learn to Mitigate Occupational Health Risks & Meet Regulatory Compliance
This complimentary publication is a collaboration between Enhesa and International SOS.
India, a growing economy and the world’s largest democracy, has a population exceeding 1.2 billion. The industrial and corporate presence in India has shifted its focus on occupational health practices both from a compliance and a duty-of-care perspective.
Over the past few years, the country has seen several changes in its social, political and environmental conditions, and businesses are required to adapt to these changes. Healthcare trends in India have been and remain consistent with challenges other emerging countries face.
This paper will address the current health landscape and summarize the occupational health and safety (OHS) regulations and requirements that organisations must respect in India for legal and reputational reasons.
Doing Business In China
Businesses Operating In China Have Felt A Wind of Change
In the past five years, numerous new environmental protection regulatory measures have emerged, and the Chinese National Government has stuck to its legislative and enforcement plan at a steady pace. Where previously the challenge of doing business in China was the lack of, or lagging-behind of, effective regulations and enforcement, the current challenge is China's pursuit of building a 'socialist rule of law'. When you combine 'western' experiences with China's socialist characteristics you result in the compliance complexity caused by dynamic regulatory changes and Chinese characteristics. This publication will cover:
- the differences between National and Regional legal systems
- where legislation in China often derives from
- the fundamental shift in approach
- the impacts of increased environmental enforcement in China
- The Belt and Road Initiative