You’re Invited to China’s 2013 Regulatory Update – What EHS Managers Need to Know



Enhesa invites you to its upcoming webinar…

China’s 2013 Regulatory Update

Sign up for either date:

Thursday, 31 January at 9:00 AM EST

Tuesday, 5 February at 10:00 AM EST

Are you familiar with China’s EHS regulatory climate and the regulations that impact your business?

Are you up to date on China’s emerging issues within EHS?

Do you know the current enforcement trends in China and whether or not your company’s at risk?

China continues to be a country of expansive growth for companies – not only as a location for operations, but also as a market for products and services. In conjunction, EHS awareness, regulation and enforcement activities are increasing throughout the nation.

Drawing on Enhesa’s expertise in monitoring EHS regulations and conducting compliance assessments throughout China, Enhesa’s China Experts have crafted this webinar to assist companies in understanding and anticipating the EHS regulatory developments there. Our team has analyzed both proposed and passed EHS regulations to identify the key issues that will impact business in 2013 and beyond.

The webinar, hosted on both 31 January at 9:00 AM EST and 5 February at 10:00 EST, will specifically explore:

  • A brief overview of China’s regulatory approach to EHS
  • The challenges faced by EHS Practitioners in the region
  • The latest developments and trends of EHS laws and regulations in the areas of:
    • Air Emission Management
    • Chemicals
    • Product Regulations
    • Health and Safety
    • Enforcement Practices
  • A conclusion on the impacts to industry and how to stay in compliance

We look forward to having you join us.



The Enhesa Team



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