Functional Job Analysis Specialists


Functional Job Analysis

On September 25, 2008, the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) was passed that significantly broadened the scope of protection available under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The critical inquiry under this amended law is no longer on whether the individual has a disability, but whether covered entitles have engaged in an interactive process that supports reasonable accommodation of qualified disabled applicants and employees. Accurate job analyses help guard against inappropriate injury claims and prevent needless work disability.

MEASURAbilities, LLC (formerly Sandy Goldstein & Associates) Functional Job Analysis is an interactive analysis process with employee involvement that identifies functional elements and physical demands of job tasks using the WorkAbility eJobMatch web-based reporting platform. Issues that may prompt referral for this service include:

  • Design of safe and productive work methods or controls to lower injury rates
  • Validate fitness-for-duty screening methods for job-applicants and workers
  • Identify safe work tasks & accommodation options to promote return to productive work

Standard components of a Functional Job Analysis include:

  1. Job Title, Location, Cross-references, Summary
  2. Environmental Conditions/work Schedule Issues
  3. Transitional Work Program Summary
  4. Medical Screening/Qualifications
  5. Job Tasks/Functions and Functional Task Elements
  6. Materials/Tools Equipment Used to Perform Tasks
  7. Functional Analysis of Task Demands With Worker Input and Force Measurement
  8. Images and video clips may be included to illustrate equipment and work methods
  9. Physical Demands Summary and Operation Definitions

Our Functional Job Analysis data is managed in the WorkAbility eJobMatch System to support global access for worker-job match and job safety analysis. This innovative software solution…

  • Matches worker capabilities to job demands in a web-based HIPPA-compliant platform;
  • Links employers, insurers and providers for more effective injury prevention and medical management; and
  • Supports job placement decisions, transitional work programs, job-specific rehab planning, and design of safety and risk management strategies.
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