Know for sure your team is fit for duty Alertness and human behavior are increasingly being identified as leading causes of accidents
You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure
Quickly determine if an employee should be performing the task in the first place by testing employees alertness before a shift or before performing a hazardous task.
Bottom Line: The AlertMeter Makes A Quantifiable Difference
While on average, only 1.5% of all AlertMeter tests taken will indicate impairment, the ROl is clear:
Worker’s Comp Claim Reduction
Total Recordable Incident Rate Reduction
Prevent mistakes and improve productivity
Identify employees who may be struggling with alertness due to extreme fatigue, illness, substance abuse, or emotional distraction.
Predictive Safety AlertMeter:
- Is Non-Invasive
- Takes only seconds
- Has tracked Over 75 Million worker-hours
- Easy to use
- Uses a game format
- Isn’t language dependent
- Tests fitness for duty
- Calculates score based on individual’s baseline
- Easily integrates into existing policies
Frequently Asked Questions
Fortunately, the majority of employees arrive at work, ready for work, and an employee’s daily AlertMeter “in range” result can provide an affirmation for that good practice. Data from over 75 million worker-hours indicates that on average only 1.5% of all AlertMeter tests will test out of range. Accurately identifying this small percentage who may be impaired due to any cause enables supervisors to open productive conversations and apply your standard company policies.
Because AlertMeter only identifies when an employee’s test results fall outside the employee’s personally derived tolerated performance margin, and does not indicate the cause for the deviation, your next step is based upon your company policies and Human Resource protocols.
No, all scores are specific to individual users and are independent of industries or sectors, other employees in the same company, age, and/or gender.
Surveys overwhelmingly show that employees appreciate the non-invasiveness of alertness testing.
Employees are assigned to Supervisors in the Admin Dashboard. If an employee is flagged, a text message or email notification is sent to the Supervisor.
Gaming detection is built into the software. If it detects gaming, the system will abort for a set period of time. Because users will become more adept at the test over time, the algorithm adjusts baselines to account for natural improvement at the test. As a result, the system can detect if users are intentionally trying to manipulate their baseline scores.
Not at all. In fact, people often find it enjoyable and like to see their scores as an insight into their present mental acuity.