Job Site Assessment
On-site assessment is used to determine the physical demands of a job. This includes on-site observation and documentation (with photographs or videos if requested) of job activities, as well as interviews with appropriate individuals (employer, worker, supervisor, union representative). The Job Analysis Report will include a specific breakdown of the physical demands of the job and a full description of work activities. This Analysis requires 2 to 8 hours, depending on the job components.
This is a job specific- on-site evaluation that assesses the worker’s work environment, work practices, and work equipment. The evaluation identifies changes that are necessary at the work site to increase the worker’s ability to perform the demands of their job that they otherwise could not do based on objective medical restrictions. The recommendations will include equipment suggestions or fabrication (list of possible vendors provided), and work practices suggestions with an outlined plan for resolution and implementation. Follow-up visits for equipment, education, or training are available.
This On-site Assessment looks at the work environment, work practices, and work equipment of a company or a job. The Assessment determines the hazard or risk levels of a job in accordance with the Department of Labor’s ergonomic rule and also focuses on worker safety and decreasing the potential for injury. The recommendations will include suggestions for equipment, and work practices changes with an outlined plan for resolution of any work place concern. Follow-up visits for equipment, education, or training are available