Job Analysis+ ™
The innovative Job Analysis Program
The GSC Job Analysis+ ™ Program
Backed by more than 40 years’ experience in injury prevention and on-site therapy,
our experienced team records data in real time on our proprietary apps.
All services have baseline and quarterly outcome metrics as well
as employee feedback for objective ROI determination and continuous improvement.
Our Job Analysis+™ program addresses the leading indicators that can result in:
Reducing Employee Turnover
A Job Analysis is the process of determining the essential functions and specific physical demands associated with a job.
A job hazard analysis (JHA) is a technique that focuses on job tasks as a way to identify hazards before they occur. It only focuses on the relationship between the worker, the task, the tools, and the work environment.
A job safety analysis (JSA) is a procedure which helps integrate accepted safety and health principles and practices into a particular task or job operation. In a JSA, each basic step of the job is to identify potential hazards and to recommend the safest way to do the job.
Once the GSC On-Site Services Job Analysis is completed the Physician Summary Report and Ergonomic Risk Assessment Reports are completed as part of the deliverable package. The Physician Summary Report can be sent to treating physicians to effect timely and accurate return to work. The Ergonomic Risk Assessment Report identifies low cost recommendations to reduce risky biomechanics movements and postures associated with jobs.
Other services that can be implemented once the Job Analysis is completed include:
- Pre-Employment/Post Offer Agility Testing
- New employee onboarding
- Body mechanics training
The deliverables that are included
with the Job Analysis+™ Program include:
Our proprietary Job Analysis+™ system produces ADA compliant and defendable reports used to identify “worker-job-matching” for:
• Development of Post Offer Agility Testing Protocol.
• Post Offer Employment Agility Test Administration.
• Design of Post Hire Transition Program
Ergonomic Risk Assessment Report
The Ergonomic Risk Assessment Report is a summary of a specific job, proper body mechanics and musculoskeletal groups to perform the job resulting in:
• Low-cost recommendation and accompanied resources
• Risk reduction for improper biomechanics
• Fatigue reduction
Recommendations for remediation are low cost and can reduce the physical demand levels or improve work postures and positions to reduce fatigue.
The Physician Summary Report
The Physician Summary Report takes the guesswork out of the return to work decision resulting in:
• Timely and cost-effective return to work solutions
GSC On-Site Services is a member of the VPPPA and an associate member of the Society for Human Resource Management.