At Last: A breakthrough EHS training program that includes local regulations


Enhesa and SAMTRAC demonstrate the most powerful training tool for EHS professionals on the market

Register Now! Tuesday, 27 August at 10:00 AM EST


As Global Managers and Directors of large organizations, you are often confronted with the challenge of working with remote EHS teams operating in multiple jurisdictions around the world. Due to the lack of resources, you may be compelled to make compromises in the recruitment process in terms of experience, language or local training.

You are then faced with the complexity of ensuring that members of your team, whatever their background, are not only well-trained on the company’s EHS processes, but are also equipped with fundamental knowledge critical to EHS Management. Moreover, you may struggle with getting your staff in tune with the local EHS regulations where they operate.

This training course trains your EHS team to:

  • Understand the foundations of working in EHS
  • Have solid knowledge on local Environment, Health & Safety regulations
  • Have the ability to implement multifaceted management systems
  • Prepare robust risk assessments
  • And more…

SAMTRAC International is now available to companies on a state-of-the-art, e-learning platform and, through the partnership with Enhesa, incorporates local EHS legislation.

This combination of ease-of-use, country-specific details as well as globally-located examination centers makes this course the first globally-equivalent training on the market. It allows multinational corporations to use SAMTRAC International as the benchmark EHS training course across all their sites. The course is also accredited by IOSH and IIRSM and is currently available in English, Mandarin, Spanish & Portuguese.

Join us on Tuesday, 27 August 2013 at 10:00 AM EST to explore how this learning tool is helping companies with their training programs around the world.

We look forward to having you join us.


The Enhesa Team

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