There has been a lot of talk about what to do if an employee “fails” one of our tests. In general, a very low score, if repeated, indicates something is wrong. Lets say an individual has a baseline or normal score of .55. and his/her record shows consistent scoring within 10% of that baseline. If […]
Alertness Testing by BLT
A quick test for alertness? We have that. Let us know what you need for your worksite or group.
Since BLT technology is now entirely web-based, we can get inquiries from anywhere and accounts anywhere. And we can deliver anywhere. So it’s interesting to note that South Africa and Singapore are locations of our newest. Not to mention Maine, USA. GoToMeeting will get a workout or someone around here is going to have to […]
Check out our entertaining new video about the Alertometer network.
These shocking small events over the past week: where do they come from and why do they happen? They are not really major events like a war breaking out or a massive natural disaster. Rather they are small events at a human scale caused by the actions of one or two individuals. Yet they reverberate […]
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has developed and implemented hours of service (HOS) regulations to limit when and for how long commercial drivers are allowed to drive. With the goal of reducing injuries and fatalities caused by big rig crashes, the regulations are designed to force drivers to take rest breaks. Commercial truck […]