Ergonomic Assessments

  • An Ergonomic Assessment evaluates physical demands of the job, including all relevant cognitive, perceptual and environmental factors. The goal of the Ergonomic Assessment is to provide specific recommendations about occupational hazards and highlight issues that may contribute to musculoskeletal disorders or injury.

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Physical Demands Analysis

  • A Physical Demands Analysis (PDA) details the essential and non-essential physical demands associated with a specific job. The physical demands such as material handling, walking, squatting, reaching, fingering, gripping, handling, sitting, standing, walking, running, climbing as well as job specific conditions such as breaks, shifts and environment, as well as other job specific tasks are determined. The PDA can be utilized by health care professionals, human resources personnel and supervisors to assist with identifying suitable work accommodations for employees with work restrictions. The PDA facilitates matching employees to specific jobs with respect to their physical function.

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Cognitive Demands Analysis

  • A Cognitive Demands Analysis (CDA) details the essential and non-essential cognitive, emotional and psychological demands associated with a specific job. Cognitive demands such as concentration, memory, social interactions, communication, listening, critical thinking, problem solving and learning requirements are determined. The CDA can be utilized by health care professionals, human resources personnel and supervisors to assist with identifying suitable work accommodations for employees with cognitive work restrictions. The CDA facilitates matching employees to specific jobs with respect to their cognitive function.

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