Periodic Assessments

Aging Workforce Assessments

It has been widely documented and reported that the Australian population is aging rapidly, as this chart indicates by the year 2012 80% will be over 45 years of age. This combined with the skills shortage, means that organisations will need to manage a larger number of middle aged, older workers.

Growth trends in Labour workforce 1982-2012

With the evident trend in an aging workforce, companies need to be aware of the implications these factors bring, engaging in the appropriate strategies to reduce the risk and associated costs.

Mature Aged Workers Health Considerations

  • Impacts of Aging
    • Health reduction
    • Physical Capability
    • Social Status
  • Risk Factors
    • Obesity
    • Hypertension
    • Diabetes
    • Depression
    • Cancer
  • Background of Health problems
    • Genetic Factors
    • Ethnic Differences
    • Lifestyle
    • Occupation
    • Socioeconomic Status
    • Psychosocial Background
  • Mature Aged Worker
    • Ability to do heavy work at pace
    • Ability to work in heat
    • Aerobic fitness
    • Elasticity in almost all tissue immobility

Periodic Workforce Assessments

It's prudent to have periodic assessments for all employees, not just those over 45, but those also who may be moving internally within the organisation undertaking a new position or who have performed the same role for some time, as their body will be different from when they began the role. Along with a new job comes a new physical impact on the person.

Humanomics offers Periodic / Aging Workforce Assessments, Education and Training solutions to identify and combat the effects of aging and also for the retraining / adaptation of people’s physical capabilities to new functional job requirements.

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