Top 20 EHS Solution Companies - 2019
Environment, health and safety technologies have taken rapid strides over the past few years. As the priority on workplace safety grows, organizations are on the constant lookout to harness innovations, which best fit their requirements including safety, incident management and response, reporting and analytics. The integration of smart technologies like big data and AI will help EHS initiatives in its drive toward smarter, faster, and more accurate outcomes in decision-making, produce predictions based on behavior safety, as well as create predictive and preventive analysis. Organizations will also derive significant business value from advanced analytics solutions for predictive risk management incorporating AI, ML algorithms and projects based on IIOT platforms and intelligent wearables.
In the move to ensure EHS in organizations, companies are adopting wearable technology like tracking devices in the form of watches, eyeglasses and even body sensors on suits, which apply advanced analytics to track anomalies for preventive action. There will also be a significant increase in the adoption of connected worker solutions leveraging the flow of data and information related to workers’ interaction with their environment. The integration of safety, environment and quality management, and technology systems that recognize interconnected networks will also show pay offs in the form of improved performance on key metrics such as overall equipment effectiveness, one time delivery and lower incident rates. The EHS space will additionally see an increase in the number of employees required along with solutions to capture EHS and risk information in order to lower risks.
EHS is changing the way large enterprises manage their data and activities. Mid-sized companies are adopting state-of-the-art EHS solutions realizing that it is easier and quicker to implement them. Organizations are investing in technologies that enable them to acquire and analyze large volumes of high frequency data from a range of sources, down to individual processes and equipment. Furthermore, the flexible, cloud-based solutions require just a fraction of the cost of older custom systems.
Mobile apps in EHS are gathering interest among organizations due to their convenience and effectiveness. Mobile EHS apps offer benefits such as reducing the administrative burdens to standardizing the compliance across work sites. Cloud-based solutions are gaining traction as they allow organizations to configure the software they require without maintaining it in-house. The solutions make it easy for workers to access the technology they need at that moment. Employers can make smarter management decisions in pursuit of worker safety and efficiency.
As the marketplace is inundated with EHS solutions that help organizations in assessing their risks and preventing them, CIOs are on the lookout for a solution that best fits the bill. A distinguished panel of CIOs, CEOs, VCs together with CIOReview’s editorial team has listed some of the most prominent solution providers in the industry. This edition will give you a glimpse into the provider’s state-of-the-art solutions, milestones and the capabilities that they have to offer in terms of delivering EHS effectively to the industry. We present to you, CIOReview’s “20 Most Promising EHS Solution Providers 2019”.