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May 9 2018

Are you a Global Aerospace policyholder?

AviationPartnership

Global Aerospace policyholders have access to Pulsar products and services through the SM4 Safety Program. This summary document outlines the offer details and discounts.

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May 3 2016

Are you a USAIG policyholder?

AviationPartnership

USAIG Policy Holders have access to some Pulsar products through the Performance Vector program. This summary document outlines which products are available and how to get them.

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Apr 2 2020

Are You Managing Driver Fatigue Risk as Part of Your COVID-19 Emergency Operational Plan?

TruckingFRMS Transportation

On 13 March 2020 the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration issued a national emergency declaration to provide hours-of-service (HOS) regulatory relief to commercial motor vehicle operators. In these extraordinary times, drivers are under intense pressure to keep America’s economy going. Trucking Fatigue Meter is an essential part of your COVID-19 operational plan to keep drivers safe.

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Mar 23 2020

Aviation Fatigue Meter Crew App Product Guide

Aviation

Learn how to keep up with FRMS Compliance with the Aviation Fatigue Meter Crew App. 

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May 3 2016

Aviation Fatigue Meter Product Guide

Aviation

Learn about the products and services tailored for the Aviation Industry.

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May 4 2016

Business Jet Access Adopts Fatigue Meter

AviationCase Studies, Partnership

Learn how James Cox and his team at Business Jet Access are using Fatigue Meter to manage fatigue risk.

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Sep 18 2019

Effective Coaching, Fewer Safety Incidents

TruckingCase Studies

Fatigue Meter called attention to a driver with chronic elevated fatigue and a history of frequent safety critical events. After the fleet manager initiated a coaching conversation, the driver’s safety record improved dramatically.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Certain Medical Conditions Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

There are several common sleep disorders that people may experience when suffering from a medical condition, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, and excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS). This document summarizes the key fatigue risk concepts as it relates to personal medical conditions.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Chronic Sleep Restriction Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Chronic sleep restriction is common in modern society and may result from a variety of factors, including work demands, social and family responsibilities, medical conditions, and sleep disorders. Learn more about Chronic Sleep Restriction.

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May 3 2016

Fatigue Facts: How Jet Lag Can Cause Fatigue Risk

PulsarFatigue

Jetlag results when a traveler’s internal biological clock remains synchronized to their home time zone after traveling to a different time zone. Learn more about the circadian misalignment concept known as Jet Lag.

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