Environment Health and Safety EHS Legislation Update Service

One of the most common mistakes or shortcomings highlighted during an EHS audit is usually about the monitoring of EHS legislations in an accurate and timely manner. The tracking processes of EHS legislations for various management system certifications can be very tedious and time-consuming.

Many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and even multi-national corporations (MNCs) often have to depend on consultants or lawyers for professional advice, in order to remain compliant with relevant regulations, standards and best practices, in each country or region that they operate in.

EHS Legislation Update Service

In order for organizations to remain compliant with the changing laws and regulations, it is a rerequisite to stay up to date with changes applicable to EHS compliance, such as Pollution (air, water, land, noise), Energy Conservation, Fire Safety and Workplace Safety & Health. These would enable organisations to stay on top of any latest changes, and make adjustments to activities and comply with requirements of management system certifications such as:

  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
  • SS 506/OHSAS 18001/ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System
  • ISO 50001 Energy Management System
  • SS 577 Water Efficiency Management System

Our service includes the following features:

  • EHS Legal Register
    • Master list of the latest versions of legislations and changes
    • Select legislation of interest by act or chapter
    • Hyperlink to Singapore Statutes
  • EHS Change History
    • Highlight on new and amended EHS legislations
    • Hyperlinks to Singapore Statutes
  • EHS EOC (Evaluation of Compliance) Register
    • Brief description of main parts and clauses of the legislations
    • Export and customise your own register for evaluation of compliance obligations
  • EHS Email Notification
    • Quarterly email notifications on new and amended EHS legislations

Benefits to your organization

  • Identify and determine relevant EHS legal compliance obligations for your business
  • Demonstrate your understanding of the latest changes of applicable legislations
  • Record and retain documented information (eg: risks and opportunities) as evidence of compliance evaluation

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