Environment, Health and Safety Legislation Update Service

It is important for companies to be aware of legislation that may impact directly on their activities. For example, while your company may not be involved in the collection of waste, all companies should be aware of the relevant legislation to ensure only those contractors with the appropriate waste collection permits are used to remove waste from the premises.  There are certain pieces of legislation that impose general duties/obligations on all companies, an example here would be that all companies have a duty of care to prevent groundwater pollution resulting from their activities and must comply with the conditions of its relevant trade effluent licence.  Other legislation imposes obligations on particular activities/sectors. 

The Ibec Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Legislation Update Service provides subscribers with a list of EHS legislation, a short summary of the main implications of this legislation and the relevance to the subscribing company.  The service allows subscribers to view this information on all legislation, but only select that which is relevant to their activities. When you have identified the legislation relevant to your activities you can generate a pdf Register of your selection.

The Ibec service helps companies to:

  • Identify EHS legislation relevant to their activities
  • Understand the implications of this legislation
  • Keep abreast of the most recent changes to EHS legislation
  • Comply with recognised EHS management systems

 Throughout the year subscribers will receive an email notification as new legislation is published. The cost of the annual subscription is €1,195.00 for up to 5 users.

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Elisha joined Ibec in 2015, as an OHS Executive supporting and advising member companies on occupational health and safety in the workplace. She holds a Bsc Hons Degree in Occupational Safety and Health from Sligo IT. Prior to joining Ibec, Elisha has worked as a Health and Safety Consultant and as an EHS officer.

Elisha is now responsible for the Ibec EHS legislation tracker that provides subscribers with details of ongoing and new developments in Environmental Health and Safety legislation both nationally and at a European level. Subscribers receive updates on a monthly basis and are able to identify and produce bespoke reports on the progress of environmental legislation pertaining to their company. 

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