Dear CERBA Members and Partners,
CERBA jointly with RBCC would like to invite you to participate in
"CERBA-RBCC Seminar: Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) – State Regulation and Best Practices for Business"
Experts from KPMG and ERM will inform the participants about existing standards and regulations for business with regard to environment protection, and health and safety at workplace, and summarize the best EHS practices availables for business.
DATE: Tuesday, 3 April, 2018
TIME: 9:30 AM -12:00 PM
VENUE: KPMG premises, Moscow, Presnenskaya Naberezhnaya, house 10, block C, floor 31, 184.108.40.206
ADMISSION: Complimentary for two representatives per company.
RSVP: Please confirm your participation to [email protected], specifying your name, company, position, and contact information.
I. Basic principles of state regulation in nature management and environmental protection, best available technologies (BAT)
Ivan Barsola, Director, KPMG
State control system of environmental impact and key trends of its change
Implemented and planned innovations with significant financial and operational impact: implementation of BAT and environmental permits, continuous monitoring, waste management and implementation of extended producer responsibility, public reporting.
Vladimir Lukin, Senior Manager, KPMG
BAT in international practice
The main provisions of the system of state regulation in the field of BAT in accordance with the Federal law of July 21, 2014 № 219-FZ
Categorization of objects having an impact on the environment
Measures of state regulation
Environmental regulation based on BAT principles
The process of BAT implementation in the Russian Federation
Economic regulation mechanisms in the field of environmental protection on the basis of BAT
Services that we can offer to our clients in the field of implementation of BAT
II. Safety Management
Valery Kucherov, Partner, Regional Service Leader - Safety (Europe, Middle East and Africa), ERM Eurasia
- Fatal accidents at work – consequences for business
- Accident prevention in practice: challenges and lessons learned
- Features of safety culture at work in Russia and CIS countries
- What is needed to create an effective system to prevent accidents with serious consequences?
- Examples of implemented projects
*Coffee/Tea and basic snacks will be provided
The event is conducted by CERBA jointly with The Russo-British Chamber of Commerce.
CERBA would like to express gratitude to KPMG for hosting and sponsoring the event!
CERBA also expresses its gratitude to ERM Eurasia for contribution to the coverage of the Safety Management issue!