IOSH 2010 – Enhesa to present on EHS auditing and the EHS Regulatory Forecast

Enhesa will once again be exhibiting and presenting at the annual Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) Conference in Glasgow, Scotland on 24th and 25th March 2010. IOSH is a UK Chartered body for health and safety professionals which has more than 35,000 members in 85 countries. It is the world’s largest professional health and safety organisation.

Enhesa will be meeting clients and presenting its services to IOSH delegates at stand G29 where Enhesa Consultants Victoria Bain, Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford and Paul Beatley will be available for a chat and to talk you through our services and how we can help you to achieve international EHS regulatory compliance.

Enhesa will also be delivering two presentations as part of the conference. On 24 March at 3pm, Enhesa Director and Co-Founder Paul Beatley will be delivering a keynote presentation to the main Conference on “Complying with international health and safety requirements despite tighter budgets”. The presentation will look at
Combining business interests with health and safety laws and regulations
A particular focus on compliance across international operations
Practical case studies of how companies are coping with more restrained budgets while facing more inspections and tougher enforcement

In addition on 25th March at 2 pm, Enhesa Project Manager and Senior Consultant Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford will be delivering a presentation in the IOSH Spotlight Theatre on the “Enhesa Regulatory Forecast” – examining the international health and safety regulatory issues that are going to be of most concern to companies in the next decade and beyond.

Come and meet Enhesa at IOSH!

Enhesa will also be hosting a dinner at a restaurant in Glasgow on the evening of 24th March, following the first day of the conference. If you would be interested in attending the dinner or have any further questions about Enhesa at IOSH 2010, please contact Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford at or at 07825-889172.


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