The average workplace injury in Australia costs $25 000.

People who are more likely to take risks pose a danger to themselves and can harm other employees. This causes significant financial costs through business downtime, damage to property or compensation claims.


Identify those who champion safety, and those who don’t.

Our personality drives our behaviour and choices.

At Revelian, we develop psychometric assessments that measure personality so you can accurately predict your candidates’ behaviour and choices surrounding safety before you hire them.

What does the Revelian Work Safety Assessment do?

You can measure safety attitudes and behaviour and predict the likelihood of an accident or injury.

You’ll be able to assess people’s attitudes and beliefs toward safety at work, to avoid risk and reduce costs.

The deep insights you gain will give you the reliable information you need to screen out people who are more likely to make unsafe choices.

Revelian Work Safety Assessment is the safe choice

What personality factors does the assessment measure?

Safety control

This is how much your candidates believe their actions can influence whether an accident or injury occurs.

Identify the people who are more likely to follow safety rules and procedures.

Risk aversion

This is how likely a person is to take risks.

Identify the people who are more cautious and conservative in their approach to work and are less likely to take risks that lead to accidents and injuries.

Stress management

This is how well a person copes with stress at work.

Identify the people who can manage their stress and are less likely to feel its effects like fatigue and distraction.

Drug aversion

This is how likely a person is to have an open attitude toward drug use.

Identify the people who avoid using drugs and are less likely to have used drugs in the past.

Drug aversion is available in the long-form version of the Revelian Work Safety Assessment.

Attitudes toward violence

This is how a person controls anger.

Identify the people who can control the way they respond to situations and are less likely to act violently.

Attitudes toward violence is available in the long-form version of the Revelian Work Safety Assessment.

Choose the option that suits you

The Revelian Work Safety Assessment comes in a short-form version (49 questions) and long-form version (77 questions).

There’s no time limit, but most people who take this assessment complete it in 10–15 minutes.

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Transform your safety culture

The Revelian Work Safety Assessment isn’t just for candidates. Test your current employees to benchmark your safety culture and identify the people who are more likely to make safer choices at work.

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Mobile version coming soon

For candidates and employees who don’t have easy access to a laptop, the Revelian Work Safety Assessment is coming soon to mobile.

It’s time to put safety first

Get your hands on powerful insights about safety attitudes in your business.