Atacama Resources International Launches ‘Fit4Duty’ Mobile App

MHW learned today that Atacama Resources International — developers of a suite of mobile applications — has just released ‘Fit4Duty’, a mobile application that allows companies to test cognitive alertness for its employees before getting behind the wheel of a company vehicle and for employees working in potentially hazardous work assignments.

We’re told that Fit4Duty includes a 60-90 second image matching test using a patented algorithm that was created based on the scientific study of cognitive abilities at various West Coast hospitals and universities.

Fit4Duty includes both the cognitive test and the employer controlled dashboard that manages hundreds or even thousands of employees in their company.

“We are pleased to announce the release of Fit4Duty through Google Play and the iTunes store. We are convinced that this mobile application will create a safer environment in the company for both company drivers and those working in potentially dangerous jobs,” says Glenn Grant, President and CEO of Atacama Resources. “Drinking and drug use are major concerns for employers in all industries, and Fit4Duty will help companies identify and resolve issues related to employee alertness. Fit4Duty’s patented algorithm and test have been proven to accurately identify cognitive impairment whether it is due to drinking, drugs or drowsiness.”

To learn more, check out Fit4Duty here.

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