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It's Not Too Late to Register!

Join us to learn about Canadian EHS reporting requirements.


Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022


Time:  8 AM PST / 11 AM EST


Duration: 45 minutes 



🔹 Meghan White | Program Director | Specialty Technical Consultants   
🔹 Shannon Major | Director of Partnerships | STP ComplianceEHS 


Key objectives:

🔸 Understand the Federal, provincial and territorial EHS regulatory framework

🔸 Learn more about Canadian EHS reporting requirements

🔸 Gain better insight into how these reporting requirements impact business operations
🔸 Get a sneak peek of what's trending for EHS in Canada
🔸 See how Canadian requirements compare to similar requirements in the US and Mexico
🔸 Have an opportunity to share best practices and lessons learned with peers

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We look forward to seeing you at the webinar!


STP ComplianceEHS



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Upcoming Events

⏰ September 28, 2022 

⭐ Webinar: Understanding Canada's Place in North America - An EHS Discussion of Reporting Requirements and Trending Topics


⏰ October 3-6, 2022 

⭐ ProcessMAP KONNECT 2022, Margaritaville Beach Resort


⏰ October 17-20, 2022 

⭐ NAEM’s EHS & Sustainability Management Forum 2022, Tampa, Florida


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