EHS Management, Technology and Innovation

EHS Technology Week 2024: A Review

As EHS Daily Advisor’s EHS Technology Week wraps up, let’s recap the various content offerings that became available throughout the week. A special thanks to Appruv, Avetta, Cority, Evotix, Examinetics, Industrial Scientific, Intelex, KPA, MSA, and SafetyIQ for sponsoring.


Back to Basics: The Risks of Exposure to Nanotechnology

Back to Basics is a weekly feature that highlights important but possibly overlooked information that any EHS professional should know. This week, we examine the risks of nanotechnology exposure to workers and the guidance the federal government has provided on the topic.

Read the article here.

Educational Session | Using Technology to Prevent and Address Musculoskeletal Disorders

In this panel discussion, Dr. Ram Maikala, Program Technical Consultant, National Safety Council, and Matthew Marino, PT, MSPT, Owner of Evolving Innovation, discusses how employers should use technology to prevent musculoskeletal disorders. In addition to identifying the problem and taking preventive measures, these experts explain how to properly choose and implement technological solutions and how leadership plays a role in making the right decision. This session was sponsored by Appruv, KPA, MSA Safety, and SafetyIQ.

View the discussion here.

White Paper | Navigating a New Era of Compliance: Unveiling the Four Pillars of a Robust Sustainability Program

Sponsored by Avetta, this paper examines fresh data about what’s going on with sustainability in supply chains, explores what to think about when it comes to navigating ESG regulations, and dives into the four key pillars of a good sustainability program.

Download the paper here.


Exclusive day sponsor: Intelex

EHS on Tap Podcast | E200: Integrating EHS Management Systems and Digital Solutions

In this week’s episode of EHS On Tap, Marcel Guevara, Senior Product Manager at Intelex, discusses integrating EHS management systems and digital solutions. This episode is sponsored by Intelex.

Listen to the episode here.

Educational Session | The New EHS Department: How Multiple Converging Trends Are Reshaping the Capabilities, Responsibilities, and Expectations of Tomorrow’s EHS Function

In this session, Trevor Bronson, Director of Portfolio Strategy, Intelex, examines how a convergence of trends such as AI, ESG, wellbeing, psychological safety, generational change, and more are changing the paradigm for EHS management. As EHS departments begin to transform, Bronson explains how your team can adapt and excel.

View the session here.


Exclusive day sponsor: KPA

Ask the Expert: Using Construction Technology to Ensure Safety

In our latest installment of Ask the Expert, brought to you by KPA, we hear from Taylor Thorn, Senior Product Director, KPA, about how safety technologies influence EHS professionals and their work.

Read the article here.

Educational Session | Measure What Matters

In this session, Jade Brainard, Senior Product Director KPA, and David Finley Health, Safety, and Environmental Director, Dolese, discuss how to establish a trusted, real-time reporting system that will capture all the right data and produce reports that are easy to understand and leverage with all key stakeholders. 

View the session here.


Exclusive day sponsor: Cority

Faces of EHS: Sean Baldry on the Importance of Learning from Others

This week on Faces of EHS, we hear from Sean Baldry, Director of Product Marketing at Cority, about the importance of learning from others and prioritizing the prevention of serious injuries and fatalities.

Read the article here.

Educational Session | Fantastic Voyage: Navigating the Growing Opportunities of AI for EHS Excellence

In this session, Stuart Cook, Product Marketing Manager, Cority, and Andrew Penner, Senior Product Manager II, Cority, examine how to navigate the complex and ever-changing AI landscape. They discuss where should you start, and what factors should you consider when determining how AI may fit into your broader prevention strategy.

View the session here.


White Paper | Improve Safety and Optimize Gas Detection Operations with the iNet® Safety Platform

This technology brief examines how to adopt a platform that connects gas detectors and key situational information to cloud-based analytics and applications.

Read the paper here.

Friday Demo Day Session 1 | An All-in-One Approach to Safety with KPA Flex

Join KPA’s solutions expert, Ben Groves, as he shows how KPA Flex software helps EHS managers establish and implement a comprehensive safety program, make data-driven decisions, and take real-time action to keep your workplace safe and compliant. Sponsored by KPA.

View the session here.

Friday Demo Day Session 2 | Unlock a Culture of Safety with Mobile Technology

Aaron Davis Product Marketing Manager, Intelex, and Dylan Adams, Senior Product and Solutions Consultant, Intelex, explain how mobile applications are a more effective enabler of safety programs for frontline workers, helping workers remain efficient and active as partners in a proactive EHS program. Sponsored by Intelex.

View the session here.

Friday Demo Day Session 3| Navigating the Path to Proactive Safety

Langdon Dement, Global EHS Specialist, Evotix, and Daria Voronina, Solutions Consultant, Evotix, look at how to ensure your processes are both effective and efficient, delivering the insights needed to truly make a positive change in the workplace. Sponsored by Evotix.

View the session here.

Friday Demo Day Session 4 | How Data Insights Drive Safety Excellence: A Deep Dive for Safety Managers

In this session, Adam Daniels of Industrial Scientific discusses how safety managers can harness the power of data-driven approaches in hazardous environments. Sponsored by Industrial Scientific iNet Control+.

View the session here.

Friday Demo Day Session 5 | Solving the Safety Industry Pain Points Around Occupational Hearing Testing

Matt Kafer, Manager, Application Development, Examinetics, looks at multiple options for hearing testing and how companies can best manage the pain points involved in using a mix of different testing methods. Sponsored by Examinetics.

View the session here.

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