Independent research firm, Verdantix, recognizes SafetyTek’s data analytics capabilities as innovative in recent report

Verdantix, an independent research and consulting firm with a focus on innovative technologies in EHS, in a recent report highlighted the SafetyTek platform’s straightforward and easy approach to functional safety, and use of Machine Learning to engage field workers of all demographics.

The report is one in a series which aims to help EHS executives better understand the EHS software and technology markets and identifies key vendors and offerings in the market.

Since 2014, we have strived to support workplace safety by helping to automate safety, engage and empower workforces and provide the real time data insights needed for better decision making.

We believe that safety needs data, and we collect data in real time. This allows safety managers to really focus on where they need to be and what they need to do. In addition, it changes safety from being reactive to proactive. When a company starts using data to actually analyze or implement their safety programs, they get to collect behavioural information around how safety is being performed at the field level. For example, they can find out who's completing safety documents on time, and more importantly, who isn't. By being able to identify these two things, they can identify who their safety champions are at the field level, and then they can start to work on the gaps in where risk lies around behaviour.

The report notes how the Safetytek platform integrates innovative technologies like graph databases, artificial intelligence, and natural language processing, to provide valuable insight and drive safety culture. 

The report is now available to Verdantix research subscription clients at https://research.verdantix.com/report/environment-health-safety/safetytek-leverages-data-analytics-and-machine-learning-to-drive-safety-culture-development

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