AlertMeter® Pilot Project
For Pinnacol Assurance Policyholders
Predictive Safety and the AlertMeter® team are excited to partner with Pinnacol Assurance to undertake an important pilot study using the AlertMeter® platform in Colorado workplaces. Registered participants can begin the project in November 2017 through December 2017, and the study will last about six months. The study is in conjunction with the Total Worker Health program through the Center for Health, Work, & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health and the National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH).
Participating in this pilot project is easy and requires minimal time and effort. The AlertMeter team will provide all the guidance and expertise you may need to make sure the AlertMeter platform's integration and daily operation run smoothly. At the conclusion of the pilot project's six-month data-gathering period, you and your company can decide to keep the AlertMeter platform at a reduced subscription rate as our thanks.
Just fill out the form below and you will receive a verification email, followed by the "Welcome to AlertMeter®" information packet. We sincerely appreciate your desire to enhance safety and performance in your workplace beyond what traditional methods can do. We're confident that the AlertMeter® is integral to the future of occupational safety, and we're enthusiastic to show it to you!
Still have questions? Send us an email.
AlertMeter® Pilot Registration Form
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is AlertMeter?®
AlertMeter® measures a person’s cognitive alertness with a 60 second graphic test taken on a computer, a touchscreen tablet, or a smartphone held in your hand. Funded in part with the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety and the National Institutes of Health, AlertMeter® is backed by rigorous alertness and impairment research.
- What exactly will we be required to do during the pilot?
Your employees will take the AlertMeter® test, which lasts about ninety seconds, each time they come to the workplace and before they start work (at clock-in). You can decide if having employees take the AlertMeter® test at additional times, like before beginning particular job tasks or after lunch, would be beneficial at your organization as well. In addition, you and your employees will be given brief surveys to complete at the beginning and at the end of the pilot, primarily to gauge their perception of the AlertMeter® and any influence it may have on their sense of safety. These surveys will not take longer than a few minutes.
- Will my employees' privacy be protected?
Yes. Identifying information about individual employees will not be available to the AlertMeter® research team. Survey responses will also not be able to be connected to employees' identities.
- Can I keep AlertMeter® at my organization after the pilot has ended?
Yes, and as our thank you for participating in the pilot, you will receive a 20% reduction on the per-person subscription rate for one year.