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The WorkSafe Predictor is designed to assess patterns of thinking and acting that predict safe behaviour and the likelihood of remaining free from workplace safety incidents. It provides insight into safety behaviour that can be used in a developmental or selection context.

This assessment is designed for testing adults in business and industrial settings where safety is important. No industry specific language or technical jargon is used so the WorkSafe Predictor can be administered in any industry and with any position. Results can identify “low safety risk” individuals or identify employees who are a “high safety risk.” It will help determine what aspect of the candidate’s behavior contributes to higher risk, providing opportunities to address those areas hindering safety. When administered to current employees, the WorkSafe Predictor will help determine the focus of training and development to enhance a positive safety culture.

8 Scales in the WorkSafe Predictor Model

  • Attentional Focus – The ability of an individual to keep their attention focused on a task has also been demonstrated to correlate with occupational safety incident involvement.
  • Harm Avoidance – The ability to avoid and manage harmful energies predict workplace safety incidents.
  • Personal Work Standards – This scale can be viewed as a measure of conscientious. Conscientiousness relates to an individual’s tendency to strive for achievement, seek improvement, and be deliberate and reliable.
  • Operating Care – The acknowledgement of proper and careful use of equipment and procedures is an influential factor.
  • Safety Ownership – Those who show an active concern for others’ safety contribute to an overall decrease in workplace safety incidents. Low agreeableness, characterized by a lack of trust, low altruism, and poor group relationships has been demonstrated to predict occupational accidents.
  • Safety Trust – Safety climate, as defined as, “open-door policy for hazard and accident reporting, sincere concern for employee well-being, and fairness in accident investigations”
  • Stress Response – One of the most researched factors relating to occupational safety incidents has been reaction to and management of stress.

 

Use for

  • Employee Selection
  • Individual Development

Administration

Time: 20 minutes
Items: 109

Scoring:

Reports and RESOURCES for the worksafe predictor

 

Online Reports

SAMPLE REPORT
The WorkSafe Predictor reports on eight scales which identify the different thinking patterns that drive behaviour toward personal safety.

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Resources

WORKSAFE PREDICTOR MANUAL

Download WorkSafe Predictor Manual

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