Enhesa Enforcement Corner– Issue 10

by Enhesa 06 Mar. 2019

Input from Taotao Yue, Tanya Abrahamian, Rakibe Külçür, Michael Pantelides, Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford and Rhea Suri

Enhesa Enforcement Corner – Issue 9

by Enhesa 27 Dec. 2018

Input from Caitlin Sullivan, Karolina Wrzecionkowska, Serena Anand, Elizabeth Bootz, Hannah Solomon, James Olaleye, Tanya Abrahamian, Sunita Paudyal, Edith Nagy, Rakibe Külçür, Rhea Suri, Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford, Ana Gomes dos Santos, Nina Koivula and

Enhesa Enforcement Corner– Issue 3

by Enhesa 04 Dec. 2017

Enforcement in September 2017

California Demands Disclosure of Chemicals in Cleaning Products

by Christian Petrangelo 08 Nov. 2017

California Becomes First US State to Require Manufacturers of Designated Cleaning Products to Disclose Hazardous Chemicals on Labels and Online

Shock Waves in China

by Taotao Yue 02 Nov. 2017

Do your “low risk” facilities get enough attention when it comes to complying with EHS laws?

by Enhesa 20 Oct. 2017

By Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford with assistance from Sarah Toussaint

Enhesa Enforcement Corner– Issue 2

by Enhesa 10 Oct. 2017

Enforcement in August 2017

Ask Enhesa Vol. 8 – India Special

by Enhesa 20 Sep. 2017

By Sunita Paudyal

You asked and we answered!

Enhesa’s team of multilingual regulatory analysts are committed to providing quality insight and analysis around the latest EHS news and developments via our Enhesa Flash, webinar series, and blog posts. In

Beware the Pitfalls of a Global Corporate Standard

by Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford 08 Sep. 2017

We should respect the local EHS laws of non-Western countries – no matter how ridiculous they might seem.

Enforcement of Superfund Liabilities Expands Beyond Environmental Avenues

by James Olaleye 08 Sep. 2017

A recent Superfund-related case in New Jersey highlights how US authorities, both Federal and State, will not take kindly to companies that seek to circumvent their environmental responsibilities.