Physical Job Demand Analysis

CITY OF RICHMOND

The City of Richmond worked with the supervisors, managers and union reps of various departments to develop light or modified duty examples. The ideas were then formalized into 1 page mini-JDA descriptions specifically designed for physicians to review and approve, recognizing doctors will not take the time to read through a 25 page document but will most likely review and approve a short description. The mini-JDA’s were developed with assistance from an Occupational Therapist and include the types of injuries the proposed task would be compatible with which assists both a first aid attendant or supervisor at the very early stage of an injury.

The City of Richmonds Regular Duty Full JDA’s are:

The City of Richmonds Light Duty 1 page JDA’s are:


CITY OF VANCOUVER

Over the past several years, the City of Vancouver has undertaken an extensive Job Demand Analysis of its’ positions, and have shared them here! More will be posted soon, from Fire & Rescue, Park Board and Police!

Business Planning & Services

Community Services Group

Engineering

Park Board


CITY OF VICTORIA


METRO VANCOUVER

MetroVancouver spearheaded a project, with several municipalities, to create the Physical Job Demand Analysis (PJDA) database to enable the medical community, rehabilitation coordinators, claims staff, employers and workers to better understand the physical components and risk factors associated with typical municipal positions.

 


CORPORATION OF DELTA

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