Enhesa Brings Multinationals Together to Enhance EHS Audit Programs

In response to the needs of their clients to maximize the value of their audit programs while minimizing the costs from a monetary and resource perspective, Enhesa created The Global Audit Partnership.  In a recent survey conducted by Enhesa of 83 companies, over 75% said current economic conditions have resulted in decreased budgets for auditing.  At the same time, 91% said that the value of auditing for their companies is actually increasing.  The Global Audit Partnership not only allows companies to help drive the direction of Enhesa’s verification services but also provides a forum for sharing best practices, practical problem solving and ideas for improvements regarding international audit programs.   Charter members include Eaton Corporation, Barclays and General Electric.   The Global Audit Partnership does not cost anything and membership will be considered for companies who purchase their audit protocols and scorecards from Enhesa.   Members receive preferential pricing, participation in executive and auditor forums, and a seat on the Enhesa steering committee for new product development.   For more information on the Global Audit Partnership Program and Enhesa please contact Enhesa at info@enhesa.com or visit www.enhesa.com.

Enhesa is an international environmental, health and safety consulting firm, providing EHS regulatory compliance assurance support to businesses worldwide. Over the past 20 years, we have developed a range of products and services tailored to our clients’ needs. Our team of highly trained and experienced, multilingual consultants is in a unique position to keep you ahead of the latest regulatory and policy issues as they unfold in over 130 countries around the globe.


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