Dear Members and Friends of CICC,
The China-Italy Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with BENCHAM, are pleased to invite you to the Seminar "Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Regulations” that will take place on 1st of March 2019 at the International Commerce Tower in Suzhou.
We are going to share information about the future of environmental regulations in China, focusing on key protection action plans to battle the pollution and how the local government policy tackles the environmental problems driven by the national policy standards. Water and Air Pollution, Hazardous Waste and other key regulations will be exposed, stressing the importance of enterprises' responsibilities within the new environmental protection law.
CICC is looking for speakers with experience and/or academic background in the field related to the topic of discussion.
The speakers will give to the audience an insightful and practical point of view on how to source the right information and how to implement internal and external structural action plans. They will explain that being socially and environmentally responsible is not incompatible with cost savings when smart choices are made.
The selection of the speaker will be made according to the content relevant to the seminar and/or for the topics proposed.
CICC will give priority to its Members and will select the first submitted proposal that will meet the standards indicated.
If no applications are submitted by its Members, CICC has the right to select the most appropriate application submitted by one of the non-member companies, giving priority to the “partners” of the Chamber first.
The Speaker shall be excluded from the tendering:
In case of non-conformity with the hereby open call for speakers;
In case of submitting false data;
Please note, the speaker shall not promote personal material throughout the course of the seminar.
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