Global EHS Leaders Survey 2018 Data Tables
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These data tables accompany the Verdantix Global EHS Leaders Survey 2018: Budgets, Priorities & Tech Preferences which helps EHS executives benchmark their budgets, investment priorities and technology preferences relative to their global peer group. The data collected through the Verdantix survey supports strategic decision-making and business planning by executives at EHS consulting and technology providers. The annual global Verdantix EHS survey spans 35 countries and was conducted between August and September 2018 via telephone interviews of 411 senior EHS decision-makers with direct responsibility for corporate-wide EHS management strategies and initiatives. Of the 411 respondents, all belong to firms with revenues of at least $250 million and up to over $20 billion, covering 25 industries. In aggregate, 51% of the interviewed EHS decision-makers represented industries with high to very high EHS risk profiles. Our analysis finds that EHS budgets will increase by 4% in 2019, with an emphasis on technology spending and a view towards improving safety and operational risk, incident management, and environmental compliance. These data tables are a download only item.
Table of contentsWhich statement best describes how innovation is perceived in your EHS function?
Which of the following statements best describes how your function is involved with digital transformation?
To what extent will your firm use the following digital technologies in 2019?
To what extent will your firm use software for the following processes in 2019?
To what extent will your firm use the following types of training, learning and development solutions in 2019?
How significant are the following challenges to improving EHS performance?
How significant are the following factors in slowing down your use of EHS mobile apps?
How significant are the following factors in slowing down your use of software for EHS analysis?
When you think about evaluating EHS software, how important would the following criteria be in terms of influencing your decision to buy one application over another?
How important would the following factors be in influencing your decision to terminate your contract with an EHS software vendor?
If you were evaluating EHS software, how important would the following aspects of the sales process be in shaping your purchase decision?
When you have bought EHS software or if you were planning to buy EHS software, how acceptable are the following approaches to installing your firm's EHS software on IT hardware?
How will your firm's spend on the following categories change in 2019 compared to your spend in 2018?
How will your firm's spend on the following EHS activities change in 2019 compared to your spend in 2018?
For each of the following processes, what are your investment plans for buying software in 2019?
In 2019, how do you expect your firm's spend on the following types of consulting projects to change compared to 2018?
What is your perspective on the capabilities of the following EHS consulting providers?
What is your perspective on the capabilities of the following EHS software suppliers?
What is your perspective on the following regulatory content and product compliance providers?
Organisations mentionedAECOM, Airsweb, Alcumus Group, Amec Foster Wheeler / Wood Group, Antea Group, ARCADIS, Assent Compliance, Bloomberg Environment, Clean Harbors, ComplianceMetrix, Cority, DEKRA Insight, DNV GL, Dupont Sustainable Solutions, EcoIntense (now Quentic), Effective Software, Enablon, Enhesa, Enviance, ERM, EtQ, eVision, EY, Gensuite, GHD Environment, Go-ARC, Golder, Health & Safety Institute, Huco Consulting, Ideagen, Intelex, iPoint-systems, IsoMetrix, Jacobs-CH2M, Langan, myosh, Predictive Solutions, ProcessMAP, ProntoForms, Pro-Sapien, Ramboll, Red-on-line, RegScan, SafetyStratus, SAI Global, SAP, Selerant, SHE Software, Sitehawk, SMS360, Sphera, TenForce, Tetra Tech, thinkstep, Trinity Consultants, UL, UL EHS Sustainability, Vault Intelligence, VelocityEHS, Verisk 3E, VisiumKMS, Wolters Kluwer, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
About the author
Yaowen is a Senior Analyst covering Verdantix research on EHS information management technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda focuses on EHS and sustainability services, quality management, supply chain stewardship as well as chemicals and product compliance. Yaowen has 4-5 years of experience delivering Verdantix research and advisory engagements. He holds a BA degree in environmental management from the University of Pennsylvania.