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Definition-Job analysis is a systematic evaluation of the job that identifies its physical, cognitive, social & psychological requirements.

 

Evaluation Conducted By-______________________

Evaluation Initiated On Date-                            Evaluation Completed On Date-

Job Title-__________________                      Employee-___________________

Work Hours-______To ______                      Days per Week-

Overtime per Week-                                        Full Time/Part Time

General Job Description-___________            Equipment, Tools, Work Aids Required-

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

ACTIVITY

  1. Standing
  2. Walking
  3. Sitting
  4. Lifting[1]
  5. Carrying[2]
  6. Pushing[3]
  7. Pulling[4]
  8. Climbing[5]
  9. Balancing
  10. Bending
  11. Kneeling
  12. Crouching
  13. Crawling[6]
  14. Reaching[7]

 

 

  1. Handling[8]
  2. Fingering[9]

GRADING-whether it is required yes/no

If yes-whether it is repetitive/continuous

If repetitive-mention frequency

If continuous-mention duration (number of hours)

Comments if any

LIFTING & CARRYING ANALYSIS

Mention weight in kilograms/lbs

Eg.0-10lbs, 11-20lbs, 21-50lbs, over 50lbs

-describe the position from which the weight has to be lifted-sitting, standing

Levels-eg.flour to knuckle level

                  Knuckle to shoulder level

                  Shoulder to overhead

                  Flour to overhead etc.

Further mention hours of work

Whether frequent, occasional, never, constant

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

  1. What is the maximum amount of inside work required?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when performing inside work?

Describe

  1. What is the maximum amount of outside work required?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when performing outside work?

 Describe

  1. Is the worker exposed to cold temperature?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to the cold temperature? Describe

  1. Is the worker exposed to hot temperature?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to the hot temperature? Describe

  1. Is the worker exposed to humid/wet condition?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to humid/wet condition? Describe

  1. Is worker exposed to noise/vibration?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to the noise/vibration? Describe

  1. Is worker exposed to fumes, odors, dust/toxic conditions?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to the fumes, odors, dust/toxic conditions?

Describe

  1. Is the worker exposed to poor ventilation?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to poor ventilation? Describe

  1. Is the worker exposed to hazardous work?

Constant, frequent, occasional, never, essential

What is the worker actually doing when exposed to hazardous work? Describe

SENSORY COMPONENTS

  1. Tactile[10]
  2. Visual-Acuity-Near/Far, Depth Perception
  3. Auditory-Hearing
  4. Olfactory-Smell/Odors
  5. Gustatory-Taste

Describe what the worker is actually doing when any of the above systems is required for the task.

PSYCHOLOGICAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB

  1. Ability to deal with irate customers
  2. Tolerate distracting environments,                                                                                  e.g. abundance of noise, many people come in & out
  3. Interest
  4. Motivation
  5. Cooperative Behaviors
  6. Intelligence

COGNITIVE COMPONENTS

The following skills are required for the job              YES/NO

  1. Organization
  2. Planning
  3. Sequencing[11]
  4. Memory[12],[13]
  5. Concentration/Attention Span
  6. Verbal Fluency
  7. Reasoning
  8. Judgment
  9. Problem Solving[14]
  10. Safety Awareness
  11. Fine Motor Coordination
  12. Gross Motor Coordination
  13. Decision Making

Describe the task for which the above cognitive components are required.

SOCIAL COMPONENTS

  1. Working With Others[15]
  2. Working Around Others[16]
  3. Working Alone[17]
  4. Supervisor[18]
  5. Contact With Violent People[19]
  6. Working Shifts That Do Not Occur Between 8am To 5pm[20]
  7. Protective Equipment[21]
  8. Social Conduct[22]
  9. Conversation[23]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



[1] Raising or lowering an object from one level to another(including upward pulling)

[2] transporting an object, usually holding in hands or arms or on the shoulder

[3] exerting force on an object so that the object moves away from the force

[4] exerting force on an object so that the object moves towards the force(includes jerking)

[5] ascending/descending ladders,stairs,scaffolding,ramps,poles,ropes & the like using feet & legs &/hands & arms

[6] moving about on the hands & knees or hands & feet

[7] extending hands & arms in any direction,e.g.reaching overhead

[8] seizing,holding,grasping,turning or otherwise working with hands

[9] Pinching/otherwise working with the fingers primarily (rather than the whole hand or arm as handling.

[10] Feeling-perceiving such attributes of object & materials as size, shape, temperature/texture by touching with skin, particularly that of the fingertips.

[11] Place information, concepts & actions in order

[12] Short term memory-recall information for brief periods of time.

[13] Long term memory-recall information for long periods of time

[14] Recognize a problem, define a problem, identify alternative plans, select a plan, organize steps in a plan, implement a plan & evaluate the outcome.

[15] Job duties that requires communication & cooperation with other workers, customers or the public, includes social skills & ability to tolerate frustration when dealing with others, workers who have such jobs include sales clerks,supervisers & police officers

[16] job duties that require the worker to work independently but near other workers, requiring only minimal verbal contact,e.g.carpenters on construction crew, assembly line workers

[17] Job duties that require independent occupational efforts & virtually no contact with fellow workers or the public, such as writers.

[18] Job duties that require direct supervision of other workers.

[19] Job duties that require contact with people who may behave or speak in an aggressive, hostile or threatening manner or with people who have a high probability of such behaviours, workers who have such duties are police officers, psychiatric aids.

[20] Includes rotating shifts, mandatory overtime,doesnot include flex time(i.e. position in which worker chooses to work earlier or later)

[21] Equipment such as eye protection, canvas or rubber gloves, safety shoes, hardhats & brightly colored vests worn regularly.

[22] Interact using manners, personal space, eye contact,gestures,active listening & self expression appropriate to ones environment

[23] Use verbal & non verbal communication to interact in variety of settings.

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