Market Insight: 10 Innovative EHS Digital Wearable Vendors To Watch In 2023

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Executive Summary

As firms look to create a proactive safety culture, they are turning to technologies such as digital wearables to provide greater analysis and insights in real time. This report outlines 10 of the most innovative EHS digital wearables currently on the market. It highlights their capabilities and indicates where they can best be leveraged by firms to increase the safety of their workforces. Currently, traction in the digital wearables market has slowed, due to budget limitations and a lack of specificity. However, this report focuses on vendors offering wearables with new and unique functionality, which can help lead to widespread adoption. 

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Digital  wearables increase visibility for EHS managers
Current landscape of the wearable EHS technology market
Four vendors offer innovative wearables to support the emergency response of workers
Three vendors provide notable technologies that monitor fatigue and vital signs
Three vendors produce wearables that detect ergonomic and environmental issues
When leveraging wearables, firms must consider the benefits and cost value
Firms operating in harsh environments are best-suited to digital wearables

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Figure 1. 10 innovative EHS digital wearable vendors 

About the authors

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.

Bill Pennington

VP Research, EHS & Risk Management.

Bill leads the Verdantix Environment, Health & Safety and Risk Management 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.

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