Information

  • Job Description:

  • Plant:

  • Location
  • Conducted on

  • Prepared by

  • Job Title:

  • Picture of Job

  • Total Hours Worked Per Day:

  • Hours Worked Per Week:

Physical Job Demands Sumary

1. Lift and Carry

  • Frequency of 0 - 10 pounds

  • Lift

  • Carry

  • Frequency of 11 - 25 pounds

  • Lift

  • Carry

  • Frequency of 26 - 50 pounds

  • Lift

  • Carry

  • Frequency of 51 - 75 pounds

  • Lift

  • Carry

  • Frequency of 76 - 100 pounds

  • Lift

  • Carry

  • Frequency of 100+ pounds

  • Lift

  • Carry

2. Push and Pull

  • Frequency of 0 - 10 pounds

  • Push

  • Pull

  • Frequency of 11 - 25 pounds

  • Push

  • Pull

  • Frequency of 26 - 50 pounds

  • Push

  • Pull

  • Frequency of 51 - 75 pounds

  • Push

  • Pull

  • Frequency of 76 - 100 pounds

  • Push

  • Pull

  • Frequency of 100+ pounds

  • Push

  • Pull

3. Hand and Arm Force

  • A. Using hands or hook to bring product towards work station.

  • B. Holding or pulling with hands (bilateral use).

  • C. Constant grasping of knife (NO use of knife) needed for job

  • Repetitive use of hand

  • Hand grip (fingers opposing base of hand)

  • Pinch Grip (fingers opposing thumb)

  • Push or Pull (using 1 arm)

4. Posture

  • A. Standing all day.

  • B. Employee climbs stairs on occasion during the work shift to access the work area and break time.

  • C. Frequent walking to and from workstation to other areas to complete job task.

  • D. Slight forward bending with the neck.

  • Whole Body Posture

  • Sitting

  • Walking

  • Standing

  • Squatting

  • Climbing

  • Kneeling

  • Neck Posture

  • Bending Neck (look up or down)

  • Turn Neck (turn neck to right or left)

  • Shoulder Posture

  • Forward Reaching

  • Reach over Shoulder Level

  • Back Posture

  • Forward Bending at Waist

  • Twisting at Waist

5. Necessary job functions.

  • Behaviors necessary to perform the job safely.

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