EHS Services Market Size And Forecast 2019-2024 (Europe)

Published 17 April 2019 by Isabel Velasco & Steve Bolton &
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Executive Summary

This report provides executives at EHS services vendors and investors with a detailed analysis of the size and forecast of the European market for EHS services. According to the market model, spending on EHS services will reach €5 billion during 2019 and this will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.3%, to reach €6.1 billion in 2024. Positive drivers of growth include severity of climate change impacts directing and investments in digital. Shifts in EHS consulting spend due to economic turndown, and pricing pressure accentuated by smaller deal sizes due to the transition from on-premise to cloud based software deployments will initially affect market growth negatively. Uncertain implication of Brexit will grow some opportunities whilst shrink others. Information management systems support will grow at the fastest rate (9% CAGR). Industries facing medium levels of EHS risks—including food and beverage and water utilities—will contribute the most to EHS consulting spend.

Table of contents

EHS Services Market Size And Forecast 2019-2024 (Europe)
Market Size Data Reflect The Revenue Of EHS Service Providers Across 11 Unique Service Lines
Six Analytical Components Act As Drivers That Feed Into The Market Forecast  
Spending On European EHS Services Will Reach €5 Billion During 2019
Uncertain Political And Economic Factors Could Interrupt The Market’s Growth Trajectory
European EHS Services Market Will Grow At 4% CAGR To Stretch To €6 Billion In 2024

Table of figures

Figure 1. Market Segment Definitions Across 11 EHS Service Lines
Figure 2. EHS Decision-Makers’ Plans For 2019 Consulting Budgets In Europe
Figure 3. EHS Decision-Makers’ Plans For 2019 Spending On Consulting Services In Europe
Figure 4. Projected Spend On EHS Services During 2019 By Service Line In Europe
Figure 5. Market Share Of Multidisciplinary Firms Compared To Dedicated EHS Consultants (2019)
Figure 6. Market Share Of Vendors In European EHS Services Market For 2019
Figure 7. Forecast For EHS Services In Europe (2019-2024)
Figure 8. Growth Rates For 11 EHS Service Lines In Europe (2019-2024)
Figure 9. Forecast Spend For 11 EHS Service Lines In Europe (2019-2024) (€ billions)
Figure 10. Industry Categorization By Level Of EHS Risk
Figure 11. Forecast Spend For EHS Services By Industry In Continental Europe (2019-2024)

Organisations mentioned

2U1K, AECOM, Anthesis, Arcadis, ArcelorMittal, Arup, Atkins, Baden Consulting, Black & Veatch, ConocoPhillips, Deloitte, DowDuPont, Drilling Supplies & Hire Services, DuPont Sustainable Solutions (DSS), EAMS, Enhesa, Environment and Energy Management Agency, ERM, EU-Occupational Safety and Health Administration, European Commission, European Environment Agency, European Investment Bank, eVision, Golder, Guardhat, Health and Safety Executive, Honda, Jacobs, JBA Consulting, KPMG, Lavola, McKinsey, Mott MacDonald, Nissan, PwC, Ramboll, Ricardo, RSK, SUEZ, SustainAbility, SustainIt, TEC Conseil, Temple Group, The Co-operative, United Nations Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change, Volkswagen, Wardell Armstrong and WSP Group.

About the authors

Isabel Velasco

Industry Analyst

Isabel is an Industry Analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice. Her current agenda focuses on research on all applications of EHS Software, and digital technologies used for EHS services delivery and EHS training. Her current agenda is focused on benchmarking prominent players in the digital EHS services market, as well as in-depth market size and forecast studies that span EHS software and EHS services across global regions. Prior to Verdantix, Isabel worked within the sustainability function of GlaxoSmithKline. Isabel holds an MSc in Environmental Sustainability from the University of Edinburgh.

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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