The Inherent Requirements of the Job document details the functional requirements of a role from a physical, psychosocial, cognitive, and environmental perspective.
Inherent Requirements Of Job Analysis (IROJ) is mandatory in effective HR and workforce management and assists organisations to take pro-active control over aspects such as pre-employment, aging workforce, and workers compensation by ensuring people are able to safely perform their job.
They complement a position description and are utilised in a number of HR, workers compensation, and Occupational Health situations including; pre-employment assessment, the management of injuries, ageing workforce management, and industrial relations.
Many organisations fail to truly understand the specific requirements of a role which means that employees can be ill-suited or incapable of performing all of their job functions resulting in; poor performance, staff turnover, likely injury, and costly workers compensation claims.
The Inherent Requirements of the Job document provides an important resource which;
Workplace Risk utilise a thorough methodology that encompasses;
Employers have legal obligations to monitor the health of their workers and implement strategies to support their workers when they know, or ought reasonably to have known, that workers can no longer meet the inherent requirements of their jobs.
IROJ analysis and documentation underpins an employer’s ability to proactively and effectively manage their workforce, and reduce the risk of injury and workers compensation claims.
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