The risk assessment tool is a simple and validated assessment tool to assist you in identifying if you could benefit from changing your current drinking patterns.
By completing the questions you will be able to assess whether your drinking is putting you at risk of alcohol-related harm. Please try and answer the questions as accurately as possible.
On completion of the questions, personalised generated feedback will be provided. Answering the questions accurately will ensure that the feedback provided is relevant to your personal circumstances. Your answers and feedback are private and confidential, and are not stored by this website upon completion.
The feedback you receive will help you recognise if you need to change your drinking patterns and provide you with further information and support service options to achieve this.
Thomas F. Babor, John C. Higgins-Biddle, John B. Saunders, and Maristela G. Monteiro (2001) AUDIT: The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test Guidelines for Use in Primary Care. Second Edition.
There are 10 questions in this assessment which will take 2-3 minutes to complete. Please answer each and every question (all questions require an answer) as honestly as possible.
Well done on being a low risk drinker! Remember to stick to your low risk limits even on special occasions. Keep in mind that even a small amount of alcohol can cause harm.
This level of drinking can be harmful to your health and cause:
Drinking at risky levels may have a significant impact on your health, relationships, ‘fitness for work’ and work performance. Drinking at risky levels can increase the risk of possible injury to yourself and others and increase absenteeism from the workplace.
This level of drinking can cause serious physical, psychological and social harm.
This may have a significant impact on your health, relationships, ‘fitness for work’ and work performance. Drinking at high-risk levels may increase the risk of possible injury to yourself and others and increase absenteeism from the workplace.
This level of drinking can be harmful to your health and cause a range of health problems including:
This level of drinking can also cause:
Please provide your email address below, and we will send you a copy of your results and recommendations based on your score.
Thanks for participating in this risk assessment.
Call the Alcohol and Drug Support Line on (08) 9442 5000 or 1800 198 024 toll free for country callers.
For emergencies call the 000 emergency line.