Physical Ability Test Plan M2A2

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Physical Ability Test Plan

Individual Assessment questionnaire:

1. Prior to being hired were you asked to take any physical ability test?

Yes, the position required me to lift up to 70 pounds, I also had to operate a manual transmission U.P.S. vehicle, and forklift test.

2. What do you perceive to be the physical demands of your job?

The demands are injuries, stress, physical strain, and working harder and longer hours. 3. On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 meaning very physically demanding and 1 meaning not at all physically demanding, how physically demanding would you say your job is?

I say 4, because getting a strain, sprain, or rupture to your knees, back, or shoulder happens to often, considering when delivering up to 500 packages in a day, and I make about 20 stops an hour.

4. Are there physical demands you were unaware of prior to accepting your position?

Yes, the stamina, body movement, and your endurance that you will need to fulfill the long hours working, and the continuous tracking of packages, and there is a high interaction with customers.

5. Do you believe physical ability tests should be given to individuals being considered for your type of work? If yes, what types of physical tests would you recommend?

I would recommend a manual dexterity test, static strength test, and reaction time test.

6. This job will require the ability to perform strength, stamina functions for moderate to extended periods of time (lifting, driving for long periods of time, and communicating frequently with interruptions,) do you perceive of any difficulties meeting these expectations?

I don’t have any problems with working longer hours, and like I said most packages only weight up to 70lbs, and I like talking to people, so my communication skills is excellent.

7. Do you feel that you have the physical…...

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