For Workplaces

Whether caused by a lack of sleep, an incident suffered outside of work or an underlining medical condition, an undetected cognitive impairment may affect a person’s ability to work safely. 

EyeGuide’s simple, 10 second eye test allows employers to quickly scan large workforces to detect risks which can then be further assessed by managers and safety teams.

The same test can also be used to study rosters, work practises and other factors to understand long term trends and identify where improvements can be made.

In just 30 minutes, first aiders and other workers can be trained on how to use EyeGuide to conduct a simple test for the entire team.


Real time objective data allows managers to make more informed decisions about their workforce and how they minimise fatigue related incidents.

How Eye Tracking can assess Brain Health

When someone has a brain impairment, regardless of the cause, it can sometimes affect their ability to move their eyes and accurately track an object. This is why for years, medical professionals have waved a finger in front of someone’s eyes after an incident or a fall as a way to analyse their brain function.

Now eye tracking technologies such as EyeGuide are doing the same test in a more modern, objective way to better understand brain health.

While eye tracking cannot diagnose the cause and prescribe the treatment needed, it can provide a warning or red flag that an employee may be at a higher level of risk. This allows managers to start a conversation to get staff the help they need to create a safer workplace.    

EyeGuide and Workplace Fatigue

EyeGuide can be used to make more informed decisions about rostering by measuring the brain health.

Whether its in construction, manufacturing, transport, healthcare, military or any other industry, EyeGuide can help you objectively quantify your risk exposure.

An example is a US hospital that used EyeGuide to compare fatigue levels between 21 surgeons doing 12hr shifts to those on a 24hr on call shift. The results showed a distinct difference in fatigue levels between the 2 rosters. Using this objective data, the hospital was able to make more informed decisions to optimise their rosters and manage fatigue related risks.

For more information please visit the official study here.

Easy to understand results


A key benefit of Eye Guide is that each 10 second test instantly produces a score and 9 scale ranking from “Very Superior” to “Extremely Poor”. This allows an objective baseline to be set and then changes to the score monitored over time or after a specific incident. Below is a researched example of a person in a healthy state, with an impairment and how they recover over time.

Baseline Ranking : High average

Ranking immediately after incident : Very Poor

Ranking 1 week after incident : Borderline

Ranking 2 weeks after incident : High average

To find out how EyeGuide can provide more objective data about the brain health of you workforce in just 10 seconds please enquire now.