Digital Technologies Close The Gap Between Assets And Workers To Enable Real-Time Risk Management
Access this research
An Operational Excellence subscription is needed to access this content.
Please choose an option below
This report provides operations, safety and risk managers with insight for incorporating digital technologies to enhance real-time risk management. The majority of accidents and incidents that occur involve assets and workers. Digital technologies such as industrial wearables, digital twins, control of work software and asset performance management software enable closer cooperation between EHS and operations, present new methods to decrease SIFs and introduce innovative solutions into the hierarchy of controls by combining data on worker activities, location and health with asset condition data for integrated risk management. Digital technologies combine insights about the condition or health of an asset with worker information to manage and mitigate risks in real-time.
Table of contentsDigital Technologies Enable Operations And Safety Collaboration For Risk Management
The Majority Of Serious Incidents Involve The Interplay Of Assets And Workers
Digital Technologies Provide A New Perspective On Risk Management
Buyers Should Consider The Following Categories Of Technologies For Integrated Risk Management
Connecting Up Digital Technologies Will Create An Integrated Risk Management Proposition
Table of figuresFigure 1. Accidents Involve The Interplay Of Assets And Workers
Figure 2. OSHA’s PSM Standard Covers Asset Integrity, Worker Safety And Operational Risk Management