Strategic Focus: Wearables For Fatigue Monitoring

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Executive Summary

This report aims to help EHS decision-makers understand the financial and legal impacts of fatigue, understand sources of fatigue and how it may affect their operations. Additionally, it explores the benefits of mitigating it, the technologies incorporated in wearable devices that can detect and measure it, significant barriers to adoption of the aforementioned technology and how firms can prioritize their adoption journey based on their industry risk profiles.

Table of contents

Firms Recognize The Financial And Safety Consequences Of Workplace Fatigue  
Firms Stand To Benefit By Mitigating Fatigue
Vendors Are Leveraging Various Technologies For Fatigue Monitoring Wearables
Firms Must Overcome Barriers To Successfully Implement Fatigue Monitoring Wearables  
Data Privacy, Cultural And Demographic Factors Are Significant Challenges For Fatigue Monitoring Wearables
Industry Risk-Level Categorization Helps Firms Align Resources In Mitigating Fatigue

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Figure 1. Prioritization Scenarios Based On Industry Risk Category 

About the authors

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.

Bill Pennington

Senior Analyst

Bill is a Senior Analyst covering Verdantix research on applications EHS software, best practices and innovative technologies. His current agenda focuses on EHS and sustainability services, product stewardship as well as benchmarking EHS technology buyer’s budgets, priorities and preferences globally. Bill comes from a background of corporate EHS roles in the manufacturing and logistics industries. He holds an MBS degree in sustainability from the Rutgers University.

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