BRUSSELS and WASHINGTON, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- On May 19thand 24th, Enhesa will continue its informative webinar series exploring international EHS topics of interest with International Environmental Health and Safety Permitting – Complexities, Challenges and Solution Strategies.
Throughout its 20 year history, Enhesa has assisted numerous multinationals in such key sectors as chemicals, petroleum, pharmaceutical, electronics, and general industry to ensure they are in compliance with all necessary permits and, if not, acquire the appropriate permits. Enhesa provides a full scope of Permitting services including: Strategic planning for permits, third party review of permit applications, verification that a facility has all permits, and on-going compliance checks.
Specifically, in this webinar Enhesa will explore for various countries throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas:
Enhesa has built a knowledgebase of EHS regulations which includes the "What" of business requirements, the "How" to develop cost-effective solutions and the "When" of enforcement activities in over 150 countries and jurisdictions. Enhesa combines their unique knowledgebase with an in-house team of 70 dedicated experts from more than 40 different countries and a network of more than 300 local experts and consultants. No other company or institution has anything remotely similar. Over 7000 EHS managers rely on Enhesa to help them stay in compliance.
About Enhesa - ENHESA is the leading provider of global environmental, health and safety regulatory compliance assurance support to business. Enhesa covers EHS regulatory and policy issues in 150 countries and jurisdictions.
More Information: To receive an webinar invitation: firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional information on Enhesa and the webinar series www.enhesa.com.
ContactsGaye van der Eerdeninfo@enhesa.com +1 202.552.1090
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