Make the right decisions
Robust employment decisions include knowing when you can choose the right applicant, whether you must consider reasonable accommodation, and avoid legal risk by making the wrong decision.
Match capabilities and jobs
We conduct functional pre-employment screens that include health questionnaire and previous injury history review, targeted musculoskeletal and fitness assessment, and functional task capacity against the job demands.
Reduce workers compensation costs
Save up to $18 for every $1 spent on full quality pre-employment screening.
Functional Job Analysis
Analyse and document the functional demands of your jobs properly.
A well documented job analysis connects directly with your recruitment and pre-employment screening, RTW planning in the work environment, and helps stakeholders choose the right capacity for work after injury.
If you're applying for a job and have been asked to attend our rooms for a pre-employment screening, download our FAQs to learn what to do and bring.
Our office is at 549 David Street Albury and a map and contact details are here.
What to bring?
What to wear?
Dress should be comfortable and be prepared to partially disrobe for the musculoskeletal examination. Females are advised to wear a sports bra or tank top under their T-Shirt, and you can request the presence of female during the assessment if you would feel more comfortable.
Footwear must be fully enclosed and suitable for walking and lifting activities and steel capped boots preferred (if you own them). Candidates will not be able to participate in the assessment if open toe footwear is worn.
What happens at the assessment?
The assessment includes:
You will be asked to demonstrate functional tasks as required in the position for which you are applying. You should know the demands of the job from the job description previously supplied.
Contact us beforehand if you have any questions >