Smart Innovators: Connected Worker Solutions For Health And Safety

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Executive Summary

Frontline workers, by the nature of their roles, are more likely than others to encounter EHS hazards. Their job roles, although diverse, directly expose them to numerous risks from their environment. This report breaks down the EHS connected worker solution market that addresses those risks; the analysis explores the struggle to define an appellation that is often used synonymously with connected worker platforms, IoT platforms, and certain forms of EHS software, and goes on to appraise emerging key product innovations. This report is targeted at EHS executives looking to navigate the complex and ever-changing connected worker solution market, particularly as they venture into the selection process for new and innovative health and safety solutions.

Table of contents

Frontline Workers Continue To Encounter High EHS Risk Situation
Frontline Workers Require Connected Worker Solutions To Overcome Health And Safety Challenges

Introducing The Connected Worker Solutions Market For Health And Safety
Connected Worker Solutions Have Numerous EHS Use Cases

Vendors Continue To Enhance Functionality For Connected Worker Solutions 
Four Capabilities Underpin Connected Worker Solutions For EHS Use Cases 
Vendors Are Developing Specialized Capabilities To Fill Gaps In The Market

Customers Can Be Overwhelmed With The Connected Worker Solutions Available In The Market
Customers Should Evaluate Internal Challenges Before Considering Best-Fit Connected Worker Solutions

Table of figures

Figure 1. EHS Connected Worker Solutions By Use Case 
Figure 2. EHS Connected Worker Solution Vendors With Specialized Capabilities
 

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.

Malavika Tohani

Research Director

Malavika leads the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. Her current research agenda focuses on the digitization of Operational Excellence and covers operational risk technologies, best practices and growth strategies. Her recent research focussed on benchmarking the capabilities of the prominent operational risk software vendors. She has over 10 years’ experience in research and strategy consulting. Malavika previously worked at Frost & Sullivan, managing and delivering advisory projects for clients involving expansion, acquisition, benchmarking and product development strategies. Malavika holds a MSc in Economics from Madras School of Economics.

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