A simple question, surely?
Well, yes and no.
Well, yes and no.
Enhesa is a multi-national, multi-cultural company that helps global companies be aware of and stay in compliance with environmental, health, and safety laws. Enhesa is able to provide our services thanks to our in-house team – based across our three
During the week of the 4th-11th February 2018, seven of Enhesa’s Europe-based EHS regulatory analysts traveled from their base in Brussels to spend a week with seven of their colleagues in Washington DC as part of the Enhesa University training
Input from Michael George Pantelides, Deirdre Perquy, Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford, Elaine Ye, Kengo Okuda, Rakibe Külçür, Morgane Horn, Taotao Yue, Reiko Sakai, Jade Kennedy and Rhea Suri
Back in 2015, in the early developmental stages of the ISO 45001 health and safety standard, and just prior to the publication of the revised ISO 14001 standard, I attended a conference that focused on the theme of “Leadership in safety". I wrote an
On the 9th and 13th February 2018, EHS professionals from all across the industry, and dozens of countries, attended one of the four sessions of the latest in Enhesa’s complimentary webinar series.
Contributions from Paula Diaz; Elizabeth Tomassetti; Gabriela Troncoso Alarcón; Jimena Murillo Chávarro; John Bez; and Larissa Copello
How would you define a “legal register”? Where does the phrase come from?
In 1924, Freiherr Löw von und zu Steinfurth wrote in his book “Das Automobil”: “The automobile is a vehicle that is moved by machine power, carries the energy source that serves to change location, uses ordinary roadway dams, and is picking up the
Input from Deirdre Perquy, Kengo Okuda, TaoTao Yue, Siyang Song, Jinxin Sui, Riccardo Zorgno, Jade Kennedy, Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford
Enhesa keeps an eye on key regulatory enforcement actions around the globe. Here are just some examples of the many