Canadian government announces pan-Canadian approach to pricing carbon pollution

by Kasia Branny 26 Jan. 2017

On 3 October 2016, the Canadian Government proposed its pan-Canadian approach to pricing carbon pollution. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that provinces must adopt a carbon pricing scheme by 2018 or the federal government will impose

The Practicality of EHS Legal Compliance – Globally Speaking

by Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford 18 Jan. 2017

Let me start this article by asking you two questions.

  1. Are you currently legally compliant with all applicable EHS laws in every location you operate?
  2. How much does non-compliance with EHS laws cost your organization annually, globally?

Friday the 13th: A Rational Fear for Business?

by Gloria Johnston 12 Jan. 2017

 Ah, once again, the 13th of the month has fallen on a Friday, making it…dun dun dunnnn…Friday the 13th. This unlucky pairing is going to happen twice in 2017, once in January and again in October.

Top 10 Environmental, Health, Safety & Sustainability Conferences to Attend Worldwide in 2017

by Heather Albarazi 09 Jan. 2017

In the United Kingdom, Increased Recycling Targets for Plastic and Glass Packaging

by Mark Atkinson 03 Jan. 2017

Sixteen in 2016

by Enhesa 27 Dec. 2016

How does Enhesa help clients prepare for the Global EHS Regulatory Challenge?

by Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford 22 Dec. 2016

Innovative mining technologies and the effect of man-machine interaction on OHS

by Dr. Deonie Botha 20 Dec. 2016

The following is based on a presentation by Dr. Deonie Botha at the XVI International Conference on Occupational Risk Prevention in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.In 2014, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) published a

The Value of EHS Compliance in the Digital Age

by Kimberly Stefanski 08 Dec. 2016

In Russia, Technical Regulation on Safety of Chemical Products Adopted

by Katsiaryna Anoshka 05 Dec. 2016