Addressing COVID-19 With EHS Technology

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Executive Summary

This report is intended to help corporate decision-makers understand how they might utilize new or existing EHS technologies to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 within their firm. Various tools can help EHS managers remain in communication with their frontline workers, monitor employees’ health and follow protocols to maintain workplace safety in these unprecedented times. Further to this, other technologies can help firms maintain business continuity even when conducting operations in new ways to help minimize the spread of the virus.

Table of contents

Leveraging EHS Technology For Worker Safety In The Face Of COVID-19 
Technologies That Support COVID-19 Worker Safety And Communications 
Technologies That Support Business Continuity 
 

About the authors

Molly Blackwell

Analyst

Molly is an analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice. Her current research agenda focuses on the priorities and trends within the EHS software market, industrial wearables and operational sustainability. Previously a Research Analyst for the L&D industry, Molly holds a first-class social science degree from Lancaster University.

Yaowen Ma

Senior Analyst

Yaowen is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice covering research on digital technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda focuses on EHS information management and the overlap with product stewardship, supply chain transparency, and sustainability disclosures. Yaowen has more than five years of experience managing and delivering EHS and sustainability research and consulting engagements. He holds a dual major bachelor’s degree in environmental management and international relations from the University of Pennsylvania.

Kel Udeala

Industry Analyst

Kel is an Industry Analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice covering research in industrial wearables and EHS software. His current agenda focuses on emerging industrial wearable technologies, strategic focus for justifying budgets for industrial wearables and best practices for deployment. He holds a B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from University College London and an MSc in Renewable Energy Engineering from Brunel University London.

Steve Bolton

Research Director

Steve leads the Verdantix EHS research practice, based out of our New York office. He has 25 years of experience advising on sustainability, EHS, circular economy, corporate social responsibility and other business value topics. Steve received a dual environmental science and public policy Bachelor's degree from The College of William and Mary, a Master of Environmental Management degree from Duke University, and an MBA degree from James Madison University.

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