What are attendees saying about our webinar on non-manufacturing compliance?

SocialMediaMonitoringYesterday, we hosted our first session on the challenges to compliance around “low risk” environments. It was very well attended. About 150 EHS Managers from around the world tuned in!

Here’s the buzz from viewers:

Peter Tayar-Watson’s presentation on GE’s Office Safety Program was excellent.  The “”application”” work was very useful. – Procter & Gamble

Tjeerd’s presentation put Office-based EHS in perspective, presented many good points. – GE

I was exposed to new knowledge which can help us excel further in terms of implementation… OSRAM

Gives me an idea of what to look for in regard to HS in my company’s office spaces.Iko Industries

It was all interesting, presenters provided and good overview of items to incorporate into the site documentation to ensure all aspects have been addressed and implemented. – Security Technologies

The international perspective offered by the speakers was interesting. Concerns seem to be the same being addressed in the US. – Boeing

Peter’s presentaion on how GE are takling these issues was of particular interest and use to me. – PPG

The metrics presented were very interesting. GE Oil & Gas

Major companies are still not taking full account of the risks.BT

It was most interesting to see how to [overcome] Budget Challenges and Adaptation of the program to these challenges without compromising the quality of program. – Weston Solutions

Join us for the last session tomorrow at 9:00 AM EST. Register now!

See us in Dublin for a Seminar on European Waste Management!

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Are you an EHS Manager who would like to attend? Contact us today for your invitation and attendance for FREE if registered before November 25th!

Overview of the Seminar

The Revised Waste Framework Directive has created a new regulatory matrix for waste in Europe. How waste is regulated and “de-regulated” are subject to several new provisions. The duties of a waste producer have been more specifically defined in the new provisions and related court cases as well.

This one-day seminar will provide analysis on the impact of the regulatory changes on waste producers. The program will include the latest developments by the European Commission to implement the Revised Directive. The program includes case studies and analysis, and information about how well-designed programs can help ensure proper stewardship of wastes and recyclable materials derived from manufacturers’ operations. Read More!

Date:

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Optional, casual reception on Monday, 2 December from 6:00-7:30 PM

Hosted by Arthur Cox Solicitors

Time:

8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

Registration begins at 8:00 AM

Venue:

Hilton Dublin Hotel

Charlemont Place

Dublin, 2, Ireland

Who Should Attend?

Senior Managers involved in Waste Management & Recycling

Environmental Compliance/Sustainability Managers

Stewardship Directors

EHS Directors and Managers

Costs:

CHWMEG Members and Enhesa Invited Guests – Free before 25 November 2013

All other participants – €150 per person (€250 after 25 November 2013)

Above cost is inclusive of breaks, lunch and evening networking reception on 2 December 2013.

We hope you’ll join us.

Best,

The Enhesa & CHWMEG Team

Global Compliance Challenges in “Low Risk” Environments – Free Webinar!

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REGISTER NOW FOR THIS FREE WEBINAR:

Tuesday, November 5 at 10:00 AM EST (New York Time)

Thursday, November 7 at 9:00 AM EST (New York Time)

Are you aware of the health and safety regulations impacting your offices, retail stores, warehouses, or other non-manufacturing facilities?  
Have you kept track of the recent enforcement activities associated with office compliance transgressions?  
Do you have policies and procedures in place to deal with infractions or accidents in non-manufacturing locations?

EHS Managers and Practitioners all around the world are seeing heightened activity surrounding office and retail regulation. However, due to the common understanding that offices, warehouses and retail spaces are “low risk” compared to manufacturing or production sites, many companies don’t allocate enough resources to ensure compliance with EHS law in these environments.

Health and safety incidents still occur in non-manufacturing sites and many countries are increasing their regulatory attention and enforcement practices in this area.  Best-in-class companies know it is an area that demands a compliance process, but one that is different than that used for manufacturing sites.

Drawing on Enhesa’s auditing experiences and expertise with regard to non-manufacturing compliance, this webinar, held on  5 November at 10:00 AM EST and  7 November at 9:00 AM EST, Enhesa will explore:

  • Perceptions and concerns of EHS Managers on non-manufacturing compliance
  • Key differences between auditing a non-manufacturing facility versus an industrial site
  • Identification of common high risk non-compliance issues with examples of enforcement cases
  • EHS issues, notable requirements and challenges
  • Solutions to managing EHS compliance in non-manufacturing facilities – including a presentation by guest speaker and EHS Leader for Europe, Russia and Germany, Peter Tayar-Watson, on GE Global Operations Properties’ non-manufacturing compliance

We hope you’ll join us!

The Enhesa Team

EXPERT SPEAKERS:

537Peter J. Tayar-Watson, BEng CEng MBA
EHS Leader Europe-Russia-Germany
GE Global Operations Properties

Peter is the EHS Leader for Europe, the Middle East & Africa at GE Real Estate and is based in London, UK. Peter has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Business Studies, an MBA from the NIMBAS School of Management, and is also a UK Chartered Mechanical Engineer (IMechE). Over the years, Peter has worked for Shell Petroleum in the Netherlands as a Project Engineer on Gas Development projects, including safety & environmental permits & studies. He was later transferred by Shell to Gabon, West Africa, where he worked for 3 years in contracts & procurement and later as a Project Manager for a USD multi-million environmental remediation project.

Peter moved to General Electric in The Netherlands with GE Energy in 1999 as European Service Depot EHS Manager. During this role he led the site to achieve the Global Star award for Health & Safety, the global GE Energy Quality award, and external certification for quality (ISO9001) and safety management systems (VCA). In 2005, Peter relocated to the United Kingdom to work with GE Corporate Properties, his current role. He now manages EHS Compliance and risk across 75 locations over 40 countries in EMEA, and manages approximately 40 projects at any given time.

498Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford
Programme and Business Development Manager
Enhesa

Tjeerd Hendel-Blackford is a Programme and Business Development Manager with Enhesa. He has over 10 years of experience as an EHS policy, regulatory  and management expert. Tjeerd holds law degressfrom the University of Warwick in the UK, and the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. In addition Tjeerd holds graduate membership of the Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH) and is an Associate member of the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEMA). Tjeerd speaks English, Dutch and French.