Buyer's Guide: Occupational Health Software (2022)

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Executive Summary

This report provides executives in EHS with an up-to-date analysis of 11 prominent occupational health software (OHS) platforms. Our analysis leverages questionnaire data collected from the 11 vendors, as well as internal research and publicly available information online. Innovation in the OHS market is being driven by increased pressure on firms to take greater responsibility for their workforces' physical and mental health. To meet this demand, OHS provides electronic medical reporting, medical surveillance, illness and injury management, and fit-for-work assessments to digitize the administration of OH objectives. Additionally, as firms increase their workforces and accommodate dynamic modes of working, OHS addresses organizational diseconomies of scale. Executives should use this guide to understand the current landscape for OH solutions and the most common OH functionality offered, to inform their search for a provider that meets their business needs.

Table of contents

Differentiators In The Occupational Health Software (OHS) Market Proactively Address The Health Needs Of A Dynamic Workforce
Occupational Health Software Builds On Four Core Aspects of Functionality
A Shift To A Dynamic Working Environment And Enterprise-Wide Decision-Making Is Driving Occupational Health Adoption
Product Innovations In Occupational Health Target Worker Engagement To Influence A Healthy Workforce
Firms In Industries With High Levels Of Physical And Psychosocial Risks Are Best-Suited To Leveraging OHS
Selection Criteria For The 2022 OHS Buyer’s Guide
Benchmark ESG Accommodates Firms’ Needs Through Bespoke Customizations
Cority Leverages Strategic Partnerships To Enhance Its Comprehensive Solution For Occupational Health
Enablon Streamlines Occupational Health Reporting With Dynamic And Integrated Workflows
Enterprise Health Has Developed Occupational Health Software Built On A Certified Health Record System
Intelex Provides Proactive Solutions To Educate Workforces On Mental Health Risks
IsoMetrix Leverages Functionality Across Its EHS Platform To Integrate Occupational Health Modules
ProcessMAP, An Ideagen Solution, Has Introduced Innovative Features To Enhance Its Occupational Health Capabilities
Quentic Offers Strongly Integrated Occupational Health and Risk Management Solutions
SAI360 Offers Configurable Web And Mobile-Based Applications For All EHS Modules
UL Solutions Ensures Compliance With Regulatory Bodies Through Its Occupational Health Solutions
VelocityEHS Accommodates Third-Party Integrations To Accelerate Occupational Health Software Adoption

Table of figures

Figure 1. Change in Occupational Health Spending 2022-2023 By Industry Risk Profile 
Figure 2. Benchmark Digital OHS Overview
Figure 3. Cority OHS Overview
Figure 4. Enablon OHS Overview
Figure 5. Enterprise Health OHS Overview
Figure 6. Intelex OHS Overview
Figure 7. IsoMetrix OHS Overview 
Figure 8. ProcessMAP OHS Overview
Figure 9. Quentic OHS Overview
Figure 10. SAI360 OHS Overview
Figure 11. UL Solutions OHS Overview 
Figure 12. VelocityEHS OHS Overview

About the authors

Bill Pennington

Research Director, Environment, Health & Safety

Bill leads the Verdantix Environment, Health & Safety practice. 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.

Zain Idris


Zain is an Analyst in the Verdantix EHS practice out of the London office. His current research agenda focuses on, digitising permits to work, and EHS software for occupational health. Prior to working as an analyst, Zain worked as a summer intern at Verdantix, recording major mergers and acquisitions witnessed within each practice. Zain holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Warwick.

Rain Chiang

Rain is an Analyst in the Verdantix Environmental, Health, and Safety practice. His current research agenda focuses on evaluating the financial return of proven EHS technologies. Prior to joining Verdantix, Rain worked at Deecon Consulting where he gained project management experience in the UK construction and telecommunications industry.  Rain holds a Master of Arts degree in Economics and Politics from the University of Edinburgh.  

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