Hazard control systems comprise of all the systems necessary for the protection of humans against exposure to hazardous materials that include substances, vibration, noise, chemicals, etc. The process of controlling hazards includes the following steps - isolation, substitution, engineering control, elimination, personal protective instrument, engineering management and administrative control. Sensors and detectors are installed in hazard control systems to avoid hotspots, sparks, leakage of harmful substances, etc. On the basis of product type, the hazard control market is divided into following categories – drivers, motors, sensors & actuators, servo walls and others. This segment is expected to register significant growth because of high demand from mining, oil & gas, chemical & aerospace industries. Moreover, globalization, industrialization and technological advancements across the globe has resulted in an increase in concern regarding the safety & security of humans. This has boosted the demand for wireless infrastructure to maintain a safe & secure environment. These factors are estimated to drive the hazard control market across the globe. In addition, increase in the demand for controlling the leakage of harmful substances from oil & gas and chemical industries as well as focus on environmental protection is expected to propel the demand for the hazard control market across the globe. Moreover, stringent rules & regulations by the governments and the ruling authorities regarding industrial safety & the adoption of unconventional processing methods by chemical and oil & gas industries is fueling the global demand for hazard control.