Do you need to assess how a facility complies with the regulatory EHS requirements? If so, we offer a simple yet very comprehensive tool: the EHS Audit Questionnaire which enables you to check how well your facility performs in the EHS compliance area.
Our Questionnaires (Audit Protocols) are compiled in Excel spread sheet format and are very easy to use.
Our Audit Protocols generally cover the following topics:
Belarus is planning to implement the National Action Plan on the Development of the Green Economy up to 2020. This plan calls for a number of regulatory changes, as the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection has recently announced.
In particular, the Ministry plans to amend the legislation on public procurement of goods and services with the aim to promote “green” procurement.
Draft law aims to amend food safety requirements in Belarus
Draft law would strengthen the measures aimed at ensuring quality and safety of foodstuffs. It would clarify food labelling requirements as well as consumer information requirements. It would also set out separate requirements for the labelling of biologically active additives and specialized sport food.
The Republic of Belarus has implemented stages for the implememtation of its national energy efficiency conformity assessment (pursuant to Decision № 849 of the Council of Ministers "About the certain issues of the conformity assessment within the National System of Conformity Assessment in the Republic of Belarus" of October 21, 2016).
The recent prohibition of MIT (Methylisothiazolinone) in all leave-on cosmetics marketed in the European Union triggered the start of public campaign in Russia. The campaign is led by the media project “LookBio” and the website ekokosmetika.ru. The aim of this campaign is to totally exclude MIT from child cosmetic products placed on the Russian market.
On 4 August 2016 the text of the draft Technical Regulation (TR) on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment has been published. The text is in line with the European Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS 2). The provisions of the TR would apply to the whole EEU: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia and Kyrgyzstan.