BLT and Safety
Our tests for human performance are vital tools for ensuring safety in dangerous workplace environments. Used with good shift management and scheduling the BLT test provides another level of protection against fatigue and human impairment.

We have entered the smart phone/tablet world with an application that runs on both the iOS and Android platforms. Please see: Alertometer.

The tests are graphic, non-linguistic exercises designed to be enjoyable. They have been rigorously researched in clinical and field trials.

All BLT systems are patented. Research is funded by the CDC through National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

Job Safety News

FAA on Prescriptive Regulation

In testimony on 6 June 2007, before the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Aviation, FAA Deputy Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety Peggy Gilligan responded to concerns voiced the day before by Mark Rosenker, chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, about the FAA’s response to the Board’s urgent safety recommendations. Her excellent comments […]

Air traffic

I am going to Washington DC next week to speak to FAA officials and to NTSB officials. This article will be part of my package. WASHINGTON (CNN) — Fatigued air traffic controllers contributed to four aviation mishaps in recent years, and may have been a factor in last year’s Comair crash that killed 49 people, […]

Change the Rules

Quoted from the Columbian, Clark County, Washington: Columbian editorial staff Money can compete with safety when it comes to railroads, which is why it is encouraging that the government’s top railroad official is lobbying to change rules concerning workers’ schedules. The change could lead to reduction in the number of train accidents caused by crew […]

Pointing Fingers at Fatigue

The tragic finger pointing going on here cannot obscure the fact that fatigue more than any other factor caused this accident. Management has an obligation to speak up when crew error is involved and unions need to take responsibility for the action and mistakes of their members. At the same time, the unions are correct […]

The Drive Home (2)

The drive home is often the most dangerous part of work. This article reminds us of how serious this problam is: A Dakota County grand jury returned an indictment charging a Farmington woman with misdemeanor careless driving that resulted in the death of teenager Jacquelynn Devney on July 27, 2006. The jury heard the case […]

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