Over the past two decades, we have developed a Proven Method for developing Job Dictionaries that helps Employers in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and across Australia to reduce and manage workplace injuries.
What is a Job Dictionary?
A Job Dictionary profiles the specific tasks associated with a role and identifies the potential risk(s). It provides objective information, which can be used by either an employer, or medical / allied health professional to understand the physical requirements of the role.
Thorough Documentation of the Physical Requirements Helps to Reduce Workplace Injuries
Our Job Dictionaries are an invaluable resource that will:
- Ensure your Pre-Employment Assessments are based on real and objective data, aimed at mitigating preventable workplace injuries;
- Make developing Suitable Duties Plans for injured workers easier. Clearer information on the specific duties an employee can perform.
- Allow medical / allied health professionals to make informed decisions, and tailor quantifiable programs to facilitate an early and sustainable return to work;
- Targeted injury prevention initiatives based on job role risk(s).
By having thorough and clear documentation about best practice for required physical tasks, companies can reduce injury rates, assist with injury management and return to work programs, and aid in the development of pre-employment testing.
KINNECT will assess each role in your organisation and develop documentation based on best practice for respective manual handling tasks.