Recovery Partners provide Job Task Analysis to assist employers and employees understand the demands of a role. If you have physically demanding roles or have a higher prevalence of injuries in a role it is recommended that a Job Task Analysis is performed.
What is a Job Task Analysis?
A Job Task Analysis is a comprehensive analysis of a particular role performed by a qualified professional. It defines the requirements, duties and responsibilities of a role. This can help employers ensure correct safety and injury management measures are in place.
- Helps employers & employees understand the physical and cognitive demands of the role
- Identifies safety concerns & assists in implementing effective safety measures
- Helps injury management procedures
- Reduces risk of repetitive strain injury
- Helps facilitate RTW
- Promotes beneficial correspondence to assist treatment providers
- Provides an understanding of relevant training needed
- Provides a testing framework for fitness for duty and pre-employment assessments
- Identifies the best ways to perform the tasks
- Increases workplace efficiency
- Identifies how tasks impacts the individual or group.
A Job Dictionary provides a tailored overview of a role demands and duties description to help you understand risks in the workplace. It supports diversification of workforce, multiskilling and empowering employees; ultimately providing higher job satisfaction and encouraging increased productivity.
- Assists with task rotation to prevent repetitive strain injury
- Assists when customising pre-employment health checks
- Promotes effective injury management
- Read more on our Job Dictionaries here
Prices are tailored. Contact us for a quote.
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