OSPAT helps play a key role in sustaining a successful safety culture.
OSPAT (Occupational Safety Performance Assessment Technology) uses a tracking task to assess a person’s hand-eye coordination prior to the start of each shift to identify variations in performance.
The assessment requires each person to keep a moving cursor over the centre of a target on a screen. An assessment takes less than one minute to complete.
“I believe that having this program as part of our Safety Management System gives Aero Jet a high level of confidence that an individual is actually fit for duty and gives us the opportunity to address an individual’s fitness when it is questionable.”
J. Paul Leigh, Steven Markowitz, Marianne Fahs, Phillip Landrigran
Costs of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses