FAQ

Thank you for considering joining us for the pilot!  Here are a few things you may want to know.

 
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What is the alertmeter, and what will we get out of joining the pilot program?

The AlertMeter measures a person’s cognitive alertness with a 90 second graphic test taken from a touchscreen tablet or a smartphone held in your hand.  It helps identify when someone is seriously fatigued and other cognitive impairment possibilities, which poses a safety risk to themselves or others.  

By participating in the pilot, you have a chance to try out the program for free, and help Pinnacol Assurance gather data to assess the program. 

If you'd like to know more about how it works, this button will take you to the "How it Works" page on our website

 
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What kind of commitment will this require?

The AlertMeter is very simple to use, and the concept is easy to understand.  Your employees and management will learn how to use it quickly.  We're asking that you take the pilot seriously, and that your participation is wholehearted.

There is no special hardware; your employees can use the AlertMeter app on their smartphones, or you can provide tablets for them to use onsite or affixed to a wall that they can share.

 
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What is the time frame of the pilot, and how much time does it take to do the test?

We'll share all the necessary materials by early November so you can choose your own timing for launch that month.  The pilot will go through the end of May.  We will be available to assist so that the onboarding goes smoothly.

At the beginning, you'll have a meeting to introduce the concept and show employees how to use the system.  It will take them a few tries to get the hang of it, and then daily they'll complete the test in 90 seconds or less.

At the end, we'll ask you to distribute a survey to be filled out.