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3 Blind Spots in the Management of Change

Making beneficial changes to a safety system often appears straightforward. But when implementing the changes get underway, organizations often encounter snags and obstacles that impede the change's...

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How AlertMeter® Strengthens Your Company Community

Drug testing’s limitations as a safety measure have long been firmly established. Yet despite experiencing these limitations, companies have tended to continue relying on drug testing, considering it...

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Middle Managers Are Key to Driving New Safety Measures

An organization's middle managers can—and should—be the greatest advocates for the safety of the front line personnel. Openness to new technologies and best practices is key to that advocacy, as well...

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AlertMeter® and the Shared Responsibility for Safety

You may be surprised to learn that a fit-for-work program using AlertMeter® can support and enhance the responsibility for safety that everyone shares--not only among the front-line employee users,...

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5 Best Practices for Handling Outside-Normal-Range AlertMeter Scores

 AlertMeter® is sensitive to a number of issues that diminish alertness. When an employee's AlertMeter® performance suggests that he or she may be experiencing diminished alertness and may be...

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A Simple Reason for an Honest Purpose

My best friend was killed in a work-related incident in August of 2008. He was 26 years old. It is both easy and difficult to reflect on that day and the way that my life has been impacted since....

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