Your personal guide to safety tech disruption


Among the early EHS technology adopters: Bechtel, Turner, Clark Construction, Allergen, Siemens. There are others, mostly Fortune 500 companies. What EHS technologies are they using?

  • Smart PPE-  Examples: wearable 130dB personal protection alarm; wearable safety light that wraps around arm, calf, ankle or shoe; wearable GPS tracker that connects to an app on phones through Bluetooth; fused sensor technology implanted in safety clothing, construction garments equipped with wearable tech that frees hands from holding smartphones to access information to increase safety and productivity.
  • Google Glass that allows an auditor to look at the same item at the same time as a technician does. An optical head-mounted display, designed in the shape of a pair of eyeglasses, shows information in a smartphone-like hands-free format. Users communicate with the Internet via natural language voice commands.
  • Drones for confined space entry and cell tower, wind farm and oil rig auditing.
  • EHS management information system software to collect and do real-time analysis of EHS performance across an entire enterprise. Dashboards provide real-time insight into key performance indicators.
  • Predictive analytic software that identifies EHS risks and risk patterns in the workplace.

On the market today

Many other safety apps – hundreds with many more on the way – are on the market, including:


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