Occupational EHS training and consulting services is a systematic approach for managing a company’s waste, environmental rules, and safety of employees at the workplace. EHS stands for environmental, health, and safety. The concept of environment is related to a company’s waste releases. Health is associated with radiation, airborne particulates, and biological pathogens or activities that harm peoples as result of exposure, such as noise. Safety is related to injuries that can be caused while working on machines or at hazardous places such as mines or set up areas of mobile transmission towers. Occupational environment solutions providers offer training and services to clients to help them with regulatory compliance and reducing costs. The services provided by occupational environment solutions providers help clients in areas such as operating flexibility, water quality programs, soil and groundwater, hazardous waste management, and due diligence. EHS training and services ease operational risks, quantify and report air emission from utility or energy system processes, and provide regulatory compliance. EHS solutions also take care of customized key performance indicators (KPIs) and sustainability tracking. Additionally, they provide an interface that helps organizations manage energy and utilities use, environmental performance, and onsite incidents.

Occupational EHS training and consulting service providers are becoming an essential part of organizations, due to strict rules and regulation for industry expansion and increase in the number of accidents  in industries such as chemical, energy, construction, and mining. Moreover, factors such as increase in the number of organizations, new product launches, rise in awareness about EHS among employees and mergers & acquisitions are anticipated to boost the market.

The number of public and private organizations is increasing rapidly, due to which pollution is also on the rise. This is expected to offer attractive opportunities to the occupational EHS training and consulting service companies to provide training and courses in the field of asbestos, lead-based paint, mold, caohc audiometric, and safety.

A rise in competition among organizations for providing a better work environment to employees increases the demand of occupational EHS training and consulting services. However, potential cost of training and services, complex standards and regulations, poor implementation of regulations, and lack of corrective actions are projected to restrain the market.

 The occupational EHS training and consulting services market can be segmented based on component, end-use industry, and region. Based on component, the market can be classified into software and services. The software segment can be further categorized into environmental and occupational health management, energy and water management, waste management, air quality and compliance management, safety management, and incident & risk management. The services segment can be further classified into analytics services; project deployment and implementation services; business consulting and advisory services; audit, assessment, and regulatory compliance services; certification services; and training and support services. In terms of end-use industry, the occupational EHS training and consulting services market can be categorized into manufacturing, energy & mining, construction, chemical & petrochemical, transportation, government & public sector, agriculture, retail, healthcare, and others (telecom & IT, education, marine and aerospace & defense).

Based on region, the occupational EHS training and consulting services market can be segmented into South America, Europe, North America, Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific is expected to be a rapidly expanding region of the market due to a rise in government focus on people’s health and safety and rise in investment by the public and private sector  in R&D of EHS training and services. North America is a prominent region of the market due to stringent government rules and regulations toward the safety and security of workers.

Some of the key players in the occupational EHS training and consulting services market are The EI Group, Inc., IHS Inc., 3E Company, International Finance Corporation, SAP SE, Enablon North America Corporation,  UL LLC, Medgate Inc., and EHS Consultants.

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