Overshoot Day occurred on July 29,this year—the earliest date ever .
The evolution of the cannabis industry and its state by state legalization has created a fog of uncertainty for employers. On June 5th, Nevada passed a law that explicitly prohibits employers from refusing to hire a job applicant for failing a
The summer of 2019 came with unprecedented temperatures we haven’t seen since 1947, reaching more than 45°C (11°F) in France. Globally, temperatures reached 1.71°F above the 20th century’s average.
Hannah Solomon is an EHS Regulatory Consultant at Enhesa focusing on jurisdictions in the United States.
On June 26, 2019, the United Kingdom became the first country to pass a law banning greenhouse gas and carbon emissions by 2050. Several other governments—including New Zealand and the state of New York— are pursuing similar measures.
Are Trade Negotiators EHS Standard Makers or Standard Takers?
Compliance is a must-have.
The more you read about the EHS industry, the more you hear about how companies want to move “beyond compliance.” This statement is understandable—compliance can feel like just another administrative burden and just another
Greetings reader! Thanks for joining us for the tenth volume of the 12 Best Practices of Compliance Solutions Series.
Is Your Approach Centralized or Decentralized?
Companies tend to have one of two different approaches to managing EHS regulatory compliance: They are either “centralized” or “decentralized" programs.
Technology: it can boost the productivity and creativity of your employees, significantly lower risks and expenses and even reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Many people have, through technology, the opportunity to work from any location at any time,