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Introduction to Industrial Rehabilitation

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1.  Work programs are not new and started as early as:
  1. 1798
  2. 1801
  3. 1850
  4. 1900
2.  Industrial rehabilitation has also been called:
  1. Occupational rehabilitation
  2. Work training
  3. Work start
  4. All of the above
3.  A JDA is:
  1. A Job Day Analysis
  2. A Job Design Analysis
  3. A Job Demands Analysis
  4. A Job Demands Assessment
4.  When evaluating client and his job duties, if he is required to lift 20# constantly, you would place him in the ________ work category.
  1. Light
  2. Medium
  3. Heavy
  4. Very heavy
5.  A client who completes a task frequently on his job, would be completing this task:
  1. 1 time out of an 8 hour day
  2. Up to 5 times per week
  3. Up to 20% of an 8 hour work day
  4. For 4-5 hours out of an 8 hour work day
6.  The FCE must:
  1. Be comprehensive
  2. Practical
  3. Objective
  4. All of the above
7.  To evaluate behaviors and consistency, you can use all EXCEPT:
  1. The Ransford Pain Diagram
  2. An Interview
  3. Marked and unmarked weights
  4. The Waddell Assessment
8.  Commercial systems available for an FCE include all EXCEPT:
  1. BTE
  2. Ergo Science
  3. BME
  4. Valpar-Joule
9.  After the evaluation, recommendations on the JDA may include all EXCEPT:
  1. Return to work-meeting all requirements
  2. Return to work- with limits with specifics
  3. Return to work- with adaptations but no specifics needed
  4. Further medical evaluation
10.  When performing pre-employment testing, EEOC forbids assessing which of the following for purposes of determining job fitness?
  1. MET levels
  2. Blood pressure and pulse
  3. Ultrasound to assess existing carpal tunnel
  4. Physiological fitness

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