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  • Information session "How to set up a regulatory monitoring system?"

    Within the framework of the “Betriber&Emwelt” cycle, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) provides an opportunity to exchange information on this kind of question for Luxembourgish companies, in addition to giving them the possibility to share their experiences, good practises and approaches used to better address the challenges of regulatory monitoring.

Environmental legislation is constantly evolving and often covers a multitude of different topics. One of the challenges a company faces is to know how to approach this permanent evolution and to foresee the up-coming changes.

Where do you find the relevant information and applicable requirements? How do you spot them quickly?

Regarding the requirements of the management standards, such as the ISO 14001 standard, the question arises whether these facilitate the identification of processes and the compliance with the different applicable legal requirements.

Within the framework of the “Betriber&Emwelt” cycle, the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) provides an opportunity to exchange information on this kind of question for Luxembourgish companies, in addition to giving them the possibility to share their experiences, good practises and approaches used to better address the challenges of regulatory monitoring.

In order for us to meet your expectations, we invite you to submit your questions in advance during the registration process.

Do not miss the opportunity to participate in this event and to exchange views and opinions among companies and experts.

Target audience

This conference mainly addresses experts in the field of Quality Safety and Environment or anyone interested in this topic.

Objectives

The objective is to provide tools to the companies in order to facilitate and improve regulatory monitoring (reliable source, organization of processes, services and tools which could be used) and to inform the participants of the competent authorities in Luxembourg.

The agenda of this event consists of several testimonies and has the aim to allow the exchange of different experiences of the participants and to help them fulfil their obligations. We encourage the participants and speakers to contribute to this interactive session.

Practical Information

Date: Thursday 18th May 2017

Language: French

Schedule: 03:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m.

Duration: 2 hours

Venue: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) | 41, rue de Brill | L-4422 Belvaux

Registration fee: The registration is free of charge, but mandatory. You’ll receive a confirmation email one week before the event.

Registration: Please register online before 15th May 2017 and inform us as soon as possible about any cancellation.

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