Global EHS Regulatory Consulting Firm - YGP

EHS Compliance Audit & Due Diligence Audit

Employing own online regulatory database-backed EHS audit protocols and experts, we carry out third-party EHS compliance audits (including due diligence audits) to assess ongoing EHS compliance of facilities in a specific jurisdiction or before the acquisition or transfer of property. Amongst others, key features of the YGP EHS compliance audit program are the following:

  • Flexibility: A new trend of EHS compliance audit is that companies start covering additional and nontraditional subjects to EHS audit scopes (e.g., security, transportation, producer responsibility, product stewardship, fuel efficiency). YGP EHS compliance program is flexible to accommodate this expanding and challenging audit scope through our skilled EHS auditors.
  • Cost- and Time-Efficient: More audit scope but limited audit resources … The answer to solve this real-world controversy is an innovative and integrated EHS audit system for well-trained EHS auditors. YGP provides technology-driven EHS compliance audit tools to improve efficiency and effectiveness of the whole audit process.
  • Strict Quality Control: EHS compliance auditing is an energy-intensive process under tight time schedule. However, “quality” shall not be compromised due to its very nature, i.e., “legal compliance”. YGP implements strong quality measures, as we know when audit processes are not quality-assured, it will not deliver optimal results for clients.
  • Standardized Approach: Although an audit might be a subject review process by an auditor, YGP applies a universal EHS audit criteria (e.g., laws, regulations, permits, standards, corporate requirements), EHS Risk Matrix, and EHS Risk Ranking methodology.
  • Delivering Value: EHS audit shall deliver material business values to clients. A client may have complex, diverse, contradictory, and/or high expectations. What YGP Audit Program aims is to deliver measurable business values to clients to a maxim and possible extent.
  • Corporate Governance from the Top: Top management would demand more and stricter compliance assurance programs and detailed data in response to internal or external factors and events. YGP understands increasing pressure on corporate EHS auditors who should also meet challenging audit program scopes, verification, reporting, and follow-up.


Amongst others, they include:

Asia Pacific (APAC)

  • China, China-Beijing, China-Fujian, China-Guangdong, China-Jiangsu, China-Shangdong, China-Shanghai, China-Zhejiang, China-…
  • Hong Kong
  • India, India-Goa, India-Karnataka, India-Maharashtra
  • Indonesia
  • Japan
  • Kazakstan
  • Malaysia
  • Pakistan
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Taiwan
  • Thailand
  • Vietnam.
  • Australia, Australia-ACT, Australia-NSW, Australia-Queensland, Australia-South Australia, Australia-Tasmania, Australia-Victoria, Australia-Western Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Papua New Guinea.

Central America, Latin America (CALA)

  • Argentina, Argentina-Buenos Aires, Argentina-Chubut
  • Barbados
  • Brazil, Brazil-Bahia, Brazil-Espirito Santo, Brazil-Minas Gerais, Brazil-Rio de Janerio, Brazil-Sao Paulo
  • Chile
  • Colombia
  • Costa Rica
  • Dominican Republic
  • Ecuador
  • Peru
  • Puerto Rico
  • Suriname
  • Trinidad and Tobago

North America

  • Canada, Canada-New Brunswick, Canada-Newfoundland, Canada-Nova Scotia, Canada-Saskatchewan, Canada-Alberta, Canada-British Columbia, Canada-Ontario, Canada-Quebec
  • Mexico
  • United States (US), US-Alabama, US-Arkansas, US-California, US-Connecticut, US-Florida, US-Georgia, US-Illinois, US-Indiana, US-Iowa, US-Kansas, US-Maryland, US-Massachusetts, US-Michigan, US-Minnesota, US-Mississippi, US-New Jersey, US-New York, US-North Carolina, US-Ohio, US-Oklahoma, US-Oregon, US-Pennsylvania, US-Rode Island, US-Tennesssee, US-Texas, US-Virginia, US-Washington, US-Wisconsin
  • Uruguay
  • Venezuela.


  • Austria
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belgium, Belgium-Wallonia, Belgium-Flemish, Belgium-Brussels
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • European Union
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany, Germany-Bavaria, Germany-Hesse, Germany-NRW
  • Gibraltar
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Monaco
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Romania
  • Russia, Russia-Moscow
  • Slovakia
  • Spain, Spain-Catalonia, Spain-Madrid
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland, Switzerland-Neuchatel, Switzerland-Zurich
  • Turkey
  • Ukraine
  • UK-England, UK-Scotland, UK-Wales.

Middle East & Africa

  • Algeria
  • Angola
  • Botswana
  • DR Congo
  • Egypt
  • Gabon
  • Ghana
  • Iraq
  • Israel
  • Keyna
  • Kuwait
  • Mauritius
  • Nigeria
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Seychelles
  • South Africa
  • Tanzania
  • Tunisia
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE), UAE-Abu Dhabi, UAE-Dubai
  • Uganda.

EHS Subjects Covered

    • General Environmental Management: General requirement, planning, resources and training, building permit, environmental impact assessment, integrated pollution prevention control, register of pollution, environmental liability, soil contamination and remediation, etc.
    • Air Emissions & Pollution Control: Permits, operating rules, emission limits, waste incineration, heating installations, odor emissions, noise emissions, fee & charges, climate change, emissions trading, etc.
    • Waste Management & Recycling: Waste collection, storage, packaging, record-keeping, reporting, waste treatment, hazardous waste, packaging waste, international shipment of waste, electronic waste, take-back & recycling requirement, etc.
    • Water Resources & Wastewater Discharge: Abstraction of groundwater and surface water, water supply, water use fee, wastewater discharge, spill prevention, rain water, storm water, etc.
    • Chemicals Management: Classification of chemicals, registration and notification, MSDS, packaging and labelling, restrictions to manufacture, marketing and use, ozone depleting substances, toxic release inventory or pollutant release and transfer register, asbestos, PCBs, etc.
    • Dangerous Goods Management: Storage and transport of dangerous goods by road, air, inland waterway, and sea. Vehicles and tanks, packaging and labelling, safety advisers, training, loading, unloading and handling, security provisions, etc.
    • General Safety Management: General H&S requirement, workplace risk assessment, participation of employees in health and safety, protection of special groups of workers, contractor management, H&S training, construction safety, etc.
    • Technical Safety Management: Risk assessment & personal protection equipment, electrical installations, traffic routes, work at height, material handling, machinery, equipment &tools, pressure vessels, vehicle safety, explosive atmosphere, etc.
    • Fire Safety & Emergency Response: Fire prevention, training, evacuation, hot work, fire fighting equipment, explosion prevention, major industrial accidents, etc.
    • Occupational Health Management: Medical service, first aid, accidents/incidents reporting and investigation, occupational diseases, risk factor monitoring, noise and vibrations, non-ionizing radiations and lasers, chemical agents, dusts, biological agents, carcinogens, mutagens, heat & cold work conditions, work at risk, temperature, lighting, sanitary management, exposure control, ergonomics, etc.

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