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

Participate and Be Rewarded

I have worked closely with Circadian Technologies. Inc. over the past years. This includes losing some sleep in their Sleep Lab. I have to admit though, Dr. Ted langley did the hard part and stayed up all night with subjects being tested. Circadian represent one of the best resources in the country for information about […]

Crossing Guard Fired

The following story from the Houston Chronicle, which was picked up on NPR, is another reminder of how pervasive urine testing is becoming. Readers of this blog already know that I am not in favor of the use of drugs, but it is worth repeating that I am not. Nor am I against using urine […]

Evasion of Urine Tests

I am following the news with fascination as the House Energy and Commerce Committee, under subcommittee Chairman, Ed Whitfield, R-KY, begins to discover the seedy side of drug testing. The committee has found evidence from numerous witnesses that urine tests are widely evaded. Numerous web sites advertise a variety of devices that can be used […]

Another point about fatigue

A couple of quotes from my reading: “According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 100,000 automobile accidents a year are caused by driver fatigue: a number that includes over 1,550 dead and 71,000 injured. Accidents caused by tired drivers may actually be much higher: determining whether fatigue played a role in a crash […]

The Long Drive Home

The case has taken a long time but it is finally reaching its conclusion. The judge’s ruling could initiate significant reforms. Not the best way to change a system, but one way. While we stress the importance of pre work testing, it may be that post work testing is even more important. In some jobs […]

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