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ARE YOUR WORKERS FATIGUED, SICK, DISTRESSED, INTOXICATED? FIND OUT BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.

Schedule a free demo to start identifying cognitive impairment risk today.

AlertMeter® is a 60-second cognitive alertness test that employees take before shifts, during shifts, or before critical tasks. It identifies safety risk due to fatigue, illness, emotional distress, intoxication, dehydration, and more. Safety supervisors get a notification when a worker needs extra attention in order to complete their tasks safely.

 

Workers test their alertness by clicking the shapes that are different:

Now With an Additional COVID-19 Screening!

 

THE RESULTS?

  1. Your workers have greater responsibility and accountability for their own safety. 
  2. You give attention to workers who need it, and stop nagging those who don't.
  3. You become the strong, effective leader of a safer workforce.

 

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33,221 Users Proactive Every Day

The shift to proactive, positive safety cultures has begun. 33,221 workers around the globe clock in with AlertMeter® every day.

They have defeated the reactive safety system. The system that solves problems after safety incidents happen. The system that spends millions on accident costs, drug-testing, and worker's comp claims.  The system that constantly nags workers to be safe. The system that leads to an injured worker every 7 seconds. 

 

Our 33,221 users start work every day with the visibility, accountability, and responsibility they need to make safety their #1 priority and actively prevent incidents all day every day. 

Keeping Workers Safe Shouldn't be a Struggle

Isn't it strange to have to yell at people to not hurt themselves?  Safety professionals have a lot of pressure and responsibility. You have to prevent OSHA violations and injuries. You need the consistent support and cooperation of other managers, financial officers, and HR. Meanwhile, workers run wild swinging their PPE in the air and falling off ladders the minute you turn your back. 

AlertMeter® takes the pressure off you to be everywhere, see everything, and discipline everyone. It adds critical visibility so you can focus on the workers who need you the most, and places safety responsibility throughout the workforce so you can trust they're being safe even when you're not there. 

NASA, US Military, and NIOSH Come Together

✔ Based on science by NASA and US Military
Invented in response to Exxon Valdez incident
✔ Research and development funded by NIOSH
✔ Validated by NIOSH clinical testing 
70+ million user hours studied
Proven effective and reliable in any industry
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Something for Everyone:

Safety Culture in the Workplace and Workplace Safety Solutions


Financial Department

Up to 90% reduction in drug-testing costs; up to 70% reduction in worker’s comp claims;  projected 35% overall cost reduction.  

Impairment Testing and Safety Culture in the Workplace

supervisors and
managers

Boost morale and productivity as well as safety: Increased worker focus; up to 11% increase in productivity;  35%
reduction in employee turnover; up to 68% reduction in accident severity;   increased visibility and communication; more positivity all around.  

Fatigue Management Plan and Accident Prevention


WORKERS

Workers get to know  their co-workers are fit to work safely beside them.  They benefit from  a more positive, empathetic safety leadership and culture.   They get to stay in-tune with their own cognitive  functioning and  improve it in their daily lives. 

AlertMeter Accident Prevention and Crisis Management and Workplace Safety Test
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MOST POPULAR FEATURES!

 

Our customers love that the AlertMeter® is:

  • language-neutral (no need to speak English)
  • non-invasive (unlike drug testing)
  • super quick and simple (just 60 seconds!)
  • unlimited tests (take it whenever)
  • accessible on smartphone (take it wherever)
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A NEW DAY FULL OF NEW RISKS. YOUR WORKERS STEP ON SITE. NOW WHAT?

Safety risk reduction begins the second workers step on site and continues in real-time until they go home. 
FIRST, CLOCK-IN.
When workers arrive on-site, they take the AlertMeter test on company tablets or their own smartphones.  It takes 10 initial tests for the AlertMeter to recognize each user's normal level of alertness and individual cognitive behavior. After that, the test will accurately identify when they're outside their normal range of alertness. 
THEN, GET NOTIFIED.
The designated supervisor or manager on-site will be automatically notified if a worker is outside of his normal range of alertness, or is behaving unusually.
FINALLY, REDUCE RISK.
The designated supervisor or manager will meet with the worker face-to-face, discuss a way to remedy their alertness, and determine whether they will need to be reassigned to a non-safety sensitive task until their alertness level is normal. 

 

 

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YOUR FATIGUE AND impairment risk reduction plan

Getting the AlertMeter Into Your Company Is as Easy as 1-2-3! (4-5)
1

schedule a demo

Meet with one of our safety experts. Together, determine the best plan for your industry, your workers, your budget, and your specific challenges.

2

Download the AlertMeter

Choose your device--company-provided tablets, or individual workers' smartphones. Then, download the AlertMeter app. Login with the provided credentials.

3

Take the
Test

Each user must take 10 tests (3 max/day) to establish a "baseline of alertness." Then, they will receive one of three results after completing the test--OK, Guarded, or Outside Normal Range.

4

Get
Notified

Instantly get notified when a worker's alertness level is dangerously outside of their normal range. This typically implies severe fatigue, illness, or emotional distress and is a strong indicator of an oncoming safety incident.

5

Save Money, Save Lives

Say hello to your new positive safety culture: Reduced safety incidents; Increased productivity; Increased proactivity; reduced accident severity, reduced accident costs, we could go on.