Quick & Accurate
Accurately Track Any Worker, Anytime, in Just 60 Seconds
Accessible & Easy to Use
Non-Lingual, Game-Like Interface From Any SmartPhone or Device
Objective & Non-Discriminatory
Tracks the Potential for Compromised Alertness, Due to Any Cause, Against a Worker’s Personal Baseline
Just One Worker Not Sufficiently Alert and Fit-for-Work Puts Your Company At Risk
A worker who lacks sufficient alertness to perform their duties, whether they are compromised from drugs or alcohol, from fatigue, or from illness, or stress, is a danger to themselves, their co-workers, and your company.
Bottom Line: The AlertMeter Makes A Quantifiable Difference
While on average, only 1.5% of all AlertMeter tests taken will indicate impairment, the ROI is clear:
Worker's Comp Claim Reduction
Total Recordable Incident Rate Reduction
AlertMeter® | Track Worker Alertness
- Developed in response to the $9 Billion, impairment-caused, Exxon Valdez accident
- Based on NASA’s Psychomotor Vigilance Test
- Initial R&D funding provided by NIOSH
- Over 75 million worker-hours tracked
- 9 Patents
- Shown to be successful in the highest risk, SIF-categorized industries including mining and oil & gas
Make Your Substance Policies More Effective & Less Confrontational with AlertMeter®
Conventional Drug Testing
- X Inconsistent Application of Policy
- X Hit-Or-Miss – who gets tested today may not be who should get tested
- X Discriminatory – can rely on subjective observation from supervisors not sufficiently qualified
- X Cause-specific
- X Invasive, time-consuming and expensive
- X Has well-established protocols for cheating
- X Combative – puts the worker in an adversarial relationship with management; risks loss of valuable team members
- X Not scalable
The AlertMeter® App
- + Consistent Application of Policy
- + Everyone gets tested at the start of every shift or workday
- + Non-discriminatory – relies on objective data
- + Cause-agnostic
- + Non-invasive, quick and cost-effective
- + Can’t be cheated – results are compared to a personal baseline
- + Collaborative – empowers workers to optimize their performance capacity and helps create a “culture of safety”
- + Scalable
When combined with current drug testing policies, AlertMeter can help eliminate subjectivity in determining who should be tested, ensuring a consistent application of policy and more precise identification of the small percentage of workers who pose the greatest risk. *The AlertMeter is not an approved replacement for drug testing when drug testing is mandated.
Review case studies from industries like yours.
Transportation & Logistics
Performance data collected over six months of AlertMeter® use demonstrated its effectiveness in ensuring fitness-for-duty among truck drivers.
AlertMeter® provided company owners a way to test for fitness-for-work while maintaining fairness for employees.
At a major company in a high-risk industry, three work sites were measured and compared. One of the sites used AlertMeter®.
Frequently Asked Questions
How frequently does an AlertMeter test suggest a worker may not be as alert as they should be?
Fortunately, the majority of employees arrive at work alert and 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 lack sufficient alertness, due to any cause, enables supervisors to open productive conversations and apply your standard company policies.
What is the protocol when an employee's test shows them to be potentially not as alert as they should be?
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.
Are baseline scores static or dynamic?
Are baselines separated according to industry or industry segment?
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.