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NEW YORK - July 7, 2017. Executives in charge of environment, health and safety functions risk becoming obsolete as business leaders if they don’t invest more time understanding the value of innovative technologies. This is the main finding from a new study into the EHS technology ecosystem conducted by independent research firm Verdantix.

LONDON – June 2, 2017. Independent research firm Verdantix will host the fifth annual summit for health, safety, environment (HSE) innovation and technology in 2018 from March 13 to 14. The Verdantix 2018 HSE Summit in Europe will gather more than 150 HSE executives, technology leaders and investors at the Twickenham Stadium Conference Centre near central London. The Verdantix Summit in Amsterdam included speakers from Amazon, APM Terminals, Cobham, ENGIE, Gatwick Airport, Philips and Scottish Power.

HOUSTON - May 17, 2017. Independent research firm Verdantix announced the eleven winners of the annual EHS Innovation Awards at the Verdantix Summit in Houston where more than 200 delegates gathered to share best practices on how to improve EHS outcomes with innovative technologies. The international awards recognize corporations for their successful EHS projects as well as strategic suppliers of software, equipment and services.

NEW YORK – April 18, 2017. Twenty-two corporations and government organizations have been selected as finalists for the prestigious Verdantix 2017 EH&S Innovation Awards. Drawn from more than 70 entries, the finalists operate in eleven industry and public sector categories. Winners of the 2016 EH&S Innovation Awards were Archer Daniels Midland, Harley Davidson, Keller Group, Repsol, Roanoke, Smith & Nephew, Southern California Edison, and The Cleveland Clinic.

NEW YORK – April 4, 2017. A surge of innovation has created a new range of digital worker safety technologies with huge potential to enhance safety performance, according to a new report from independent research firm Verdantix. The rise of mobile safety apps, data science techniques, drones, virtual reality systems and low cost internet of things (IoT) devices has propelled this new market. Tens of thousands of front line workers already use these technologies to improve safety in the workplace.