The relationship that links environment and health areas is so strong that is not easy to take an interest in one of them and not doing so for the other one.
The notions of well-being, sustainable development and precautionary principle imply necessarily taking an interest in the sustainable development area and notably in the environmental rules and internal procedures that may let it become a reality.
The precautionary principle must be taken into consideration by businesses as precociously as possible, the liabilities in this field being very heavy and being therefore able to condemn the future of their activities.
The ISO 14 001 standard integration into a business, the environmental risk definition, the waste disposal, storage and manipulation issues, the circulation of a white paper to the attention of the staff and the inclusion of recommendations in an environmental chart are several of the new challenges for the citizen businesses of tomorrow.
Sustainable development Law is the key bridge between the businesses liability classical rules, the Labor Law and the Environmental Law.
Far away from any philosophical proclamation, sustainable development has become today an essential challenge and that for all the economy operators.
It implies a certain approach of the technical progress:
- Ecologically accountable
- Socially acceptable.
- Economically virtuous.
Through these goals, sustainable development can place itself at the core of the principal concerns of any business, adding to its activities an indispensable ethical dimension.
Boosted by her experience in the emergent sectors area, which valorize the techniques as well as the service to be rendered to the Human Being, CHABERT & Associés assists its Clients on the sustainable development path.
We also contribute to the development of our Clients’ strategies and quality procedures, and that as well from a legal standpoint as within their business structures or assisting them in their relationship with their business partners, providing them with the legal tools they need: master plans, partnership agreements, business charts, specific clauses, etc.