Workforce wearables can go beyond biometrics and fitness, tracking useable data that’s relevant to employee safety and focused on the environment around an employee, not the employee themselves. This data includes environmental hazards, ergonomics, slips/trips, proximity, and near-misses, providing a more complete picture of workplace risk. With this data, manufacturers, construction, and industrial organizations can gain real-time evidence-based insights enabling proactive and preventative hazard remediation ensuring their workers' safety, and lower workers' compensation claims. We'll discuss: 1\. How wearable technology provides a unique means of gathering relevant EHS data while respecting employee privacy. 2\. How machine learning & AI are being used to identify high-risk safety trends that are immediately actionable. 3\. Safety & risk management effectiveness and efficiency, including COVID contact tracing. 4\. Actual use cases from the field in a variety of industrial environments.