Verdantix Webinar: Advocating Total Worker Health in the EU

Hear the latest research on Total Worker Health from Verdantix and learn how to build and advocate for a successful Total Worker Health program in your organization. Watch the webinar.

In this webinar, we’ll hear from Trevor Bronson, an EHS Industry Analyst at Verdantix and has been with the team since February 2015. His research focuses on the global EHS services market, the global EHS software market, and best practices in EHS. Trevor previously worked on the EHS engineering team at Tesla Motors and on the environmental management team at PPL.

The webinar goes over:

  • Why managers should care about total worker health
  • Increasing trends across the UK and EU around total worker health
  • What Verdantix role is
  • How to advocate for total worker health
  • The cost of work-related injuries and illnesses
  • How stakeholders view poor health management at the workplace
  • Building your program using people and processes
  • Using technology to manage total worker health
  • Investing in EHS and total worker health and the cost and benefits of doing so

This webinar also covers what Verdantix is: an independent research and consulting firm with a focus on innovative technologies that optimize business operations. Verdantix has expertise in environment, health, safety and quality, as well as energy, real estate, facilities, and maintenance. Verdantix reports cover:

  • EHS software platforms
  • Mobile EHS Apps
  • EHS Analytics & EDM Software
  • Wearables & Smart PPE
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • Industrial Operations Risk Management
  • Hazcom Beacons and Sensors
  • In Vehicle Safety Monitoring

What is total worker health?

It’s policies, programs, and practices that integrate protection from work-related safety and health hazards with promotion of injury and illness prevention efforts to advance worker well-being. This means that total worker health is all about incorporating factors into EHS which are outside the scope of task related hazards, such as wages, work-life balance, access to health food options, interactions with coworkers, access to paid leave, and more.

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