The emergency fire appliance variant assesses drivers risk by considering the stress of driving for work. Research demonstrates that the following risk factors are most important for this type of driver and each is measured in the assessment.

Risk Factors for Fire Appliance Drivers
Situational Risk Factors Behavioural Risk Factors Coping Risk Factors
Age Aggression Confrontational Coping
Annual Mileage Thrill Seeking Task Focus Coping
Driving Hours Hazard Monitoring Reappraisal Coping
Driving Experience Fatigue Resistance Emotional Coping
Licence Status Enjoyment of Driving Avoidance Coping
Crash History Risk Inevitability
Crash History Driver Confidence