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Valpar職業康復訓練與標準化評估系統4—VCWS4上肢活動能力評估套裝 
 
目的:評估運動上肢范圍的上半身,包括肩,臂,肘,腕,手和手指的工作能力。工作樣本模擬輕體力的工作,測試被評估者以下體能要求:伸展度,手指靈活度,感覺,近距視力,距離深度知覺,適應度和色覺。運動協調和手指靈活度是工作樣本模擬的主要測試方面。
工作樣本模擬也同時測試與工作有關的次功能,包括按照指令的能力,體能,動機水平,溝通能力,以及自信的信息。
被評估者的疲勞和/或疼痛的級別在測試執行期間會被評估兩次, 并記錄在一個顏色編碼的上肢人體圖上。
這項工作樣本適合于各種回返職業康復評估。
設計:動手能力工作樣本模擬的硬件用于裝配螺母到螺栓。
特殊功能: 評分可以對照標準參照的標準,或在本地開發的標準參照的標準。有無殘疾人士都可使用。 VCWS#4B-套件 - 為適應視障或失明人士使用。
信息收集: 按照美國勞工部的勞動崗位分析技術進行分析。分析的結果是,勞工部所列的相關工作的能力和其它因素的列表。 Valpar使用方法時間測量( MTM )建立產業工作速率標準的工作樣本。成功的表現需要各種勞工部所列的特性,體能要求,以及其他因素。
該評估采用的學習曲線調整MTM標準,以確定被評估者是否展示了工作樣品的工人資格檔案。也提供調整后的MTM標準為個人練習。未經調整的MTM標準也提供作為個人練習。
程序:工作樣本模擬通常是讓被評估者在站立姿勢測試 。有八個組件練習( 左右手各4個)和一個雙手拆卸練習。被評估者每次拿起一個螺母,由箱子前端進入, 然后將螺母在螺釘上固定??虻膬炔勘环殖杉t色和藍色兩半。右手先在盒子的紅色區工作; 接下來左手在盒子的藍色區工作。最后,被評估者一一拆卸螺母,并將它們放回到儲藏格。
最后評估被評估者左右手的疲勞和/或疼痛程度。
組件:工作箱是一個12英寸的方箱, 后端開放, 前端有5 英寸開口。箱子的五個面襯有各種尺寸的機器螺栓,螺紋裸露。用于存儲螺母的盒子也包括在內。螺栓和螺母鍍鋅抑制生銹和變色。這項工作的樣品附帶說明書, 100份評分表格,和100份人體表格。

Valpar職業康復訓練及標準化評估系統是職業評定領域標準化評定工具,主要包括有以下方面的各類評估系統:
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統1(VCWS 01),小工具(機械)使用能力評估套裝(Small Tools (mechanical)),評估手和手指的運動能力,以及在狹小或尷尬的工作環境下使用小型工具的能力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統2(VCWS 02),尺寸(大?。╄b別能力評估套裝(Size Discrimination),評估完成物品尺寸(大?。╄b別工作的能力,包括尺寸(大?。╄b別、手和手指的靈巧性。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統3(VCWS 03),數值排序分類歸檔能力評估評估套裝(Numerical Sorting),評估完成按編號排列和使用數字和數字系列進行排序,分類和歸檔工作能力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統4(VCWS 04),上肢活動能力評估套裝(Upper Extremity Range of Motion),評估上肢運動范圍和上半身的工作耐受性。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統5 (VCWS 05),文書理解和運用能力評估套裝(Clerical Comprehension and Aptitude),評估文書的理解和運用能力,以及相應的工作技能。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統6 (VCWS 06),獨立解決問題能力評估套裝(Independent Problem Solving),評估了對細節進行關注的能力,并對不同顏色的幾何設計之間的差異進行比較和區分。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統7 (VCWS 07),多級排序分類能力評估套裝(Multi-Level Sorting),評估快速分類排序決策能力,該快速排序涉及顏色、數字、字母及其組合的多層次的視覺辨別和快速分揀。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統8(VCWS 08),模擬裝配工作能力套裝(Simulated  Assembly), 評估了操作需要使用雙側上肢,執行重復性裝配工作的能力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統9(VCWS 09),全身關節活動度敏捷性評估套裝(Whole Body Range of Motion),評估了通過軀干、手臂、手、腿和手指,全身范圍內的身體運動,以及通過跪姿,彎腰,重復蹲伏和頭頂伸展等動作的完成效果,來評估關節活動度的敏捷性和身體耐力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統10(VCWS 10),三級測量工作技能評估套裝(Tri-Level Measurement),評估了與檢查和測量相關的工作技能,評估范圍從簡單到非常精確。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統11(VCWS 11),眼手足協調能力評估套裝(Eye-Hand-Foot Coordination),評估了協調移動眼睛,手和腳的能力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統12(VCWS 12),焊接和檢驗(電子元件)工作能力評估套裝(Soldering & Inspection (electronic)),評估了使用小工具并手眼協調焊接電子元件及檢驗的工作能力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統15(VCWS 15),電氣電路圖閱讀理解能力和相關電路工作操作技能評估套裝(Electrical Circuitry & Print Reading),評估了理解和使用電路完成有關工作的技能。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統16(VCWS 16),起草和閱讀藍圖技能評估套裝(Drafting),評估了當前的實際水平和繪制藍圖技能的潛在能力,從簡單的測量任務到相對復雜的繪圖和藍圖閱讀,共有6個評分測試練習。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統17(VCWS 17),PVRB就職前適應能力評估套裝(Pre-Vocational Readiness Battery), 適用于有認知障礙,到有特殊學習障礙的廣泛人群,評估職前培訓、教育、庇護或適應獨立生活環境的能力。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統18(VCWS 18),補償因視力受損或失明引起的日常生活和職業技能能力恢復情況評估套裝(CUBE (Conceptual Understanding Through Blind Evaluation)),評估用于彌補視障和失明視力喪失的各種技能和能力。評估技能與日常生活和職業情況相關。這些技能包括空間能力和運動協調,解決問題的能力,以及觸覺和聽覺感知能力。工作樣本建立基線測量值,可以與定向和移動性訓練和康復教學(治療)后的分數進行比較,以評估實現既定客戶康復目標的進程。
  • Valpar職業康復評估訓練系統19(VCWS 19),動態物理能力評估套裝(Dynamic Physical Capacities),評估各種物理能力,同時模擬出貨和收貨員的工作。工作樣本評估從久坐的文書工作到非常重的體力工作的不同工作強度等級,并且具有以下物理需求,其中包括:到達,處理,接近敏銳,攀爬,平衡,彎腰,蹲伏和視覺調節。需要重要的文書感知,運動協調和手動靈活性以在競爭水平上執行工作的能力。

美國Valpar職業評估與訓練系統(Valpar component work sample,VCWS)為工傷康復提供了一個標準化和可度量的評估與訓練體系。
應用Valpar職業評估訓練系統治療腦損傷后認知功能障礙,非癡呆型血管性認知功能障礙,康復期精神分裂癥患者認知功能改善等,有臨床治療意義。

美國制造
 
VCWS04 Valpar職業康復訓練與標準化評估系統4-VCWS 4上肢活動能力評估套裝 電郵詢價


 
 
 
 
 
 
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Purpose: To assess upper extremity range of motion and work tolerance in the upper body, including shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, hands, and fingers. The work sample simulates light work and makes the following physical demands upon the evaluee: reaching, fingering, feeling, near acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and color vision. Significant motor coordination and manual dexterity are called for in order to perform the work sample at a competitive level. The work sample elicits information on several secondary, work-related characteristics, including the ability to follow instructions, physical stamina, level of motivation, communication skills, and self-confidence. The evaluees level of fatigue and/or pain are assessed twice during the work sample administration and recorded on a color-coded upper extremity body chart. The work sample is very well suited to various work- hardening uses. Design: Hands-on work sample hardware used to assemble nuts onto bolts. Special Features: Scores may be interpreted against criterion-referenced standards, supplied norms, or locally developed norms. It is appropriate for use with disabled or nondisabled persons. A VCWS#4 B-Kit — adaptations for visually impaired or blind persons — is available. Information Collected: The work sample has been analyzed according to U.S. Department of Labor job analysis techniques. The result of the analysis is a list of rated DOL work-related abilities and other factors that are required for successful work sample performance. Valpar uses Methods-Time Measurement (MTM) to establish industrial work rate standards for the work sample. Successful performance requires a variety of DOL aptitudes, physical demands, and other factors. The evaluator uses learning curve adjusted MTM standards to determine whether the evaluee has demonstrated the work samples Worker Qualifications Profile. Adjusted MTM standards for individual exercises are provided as well. Unadjusted MTM standards are also given for individual exercise administrations of the work sample. Procedures: The work sample is usually administered with the evaluee in a standing position. There are eight assembly exercises (four each for the right and left hands), and one disassembly exercise for both hands. The evaluee picks up one nut at a time, reaches through the opening in the front of the work box, positions the nut, and screws it down snugly against the box. The inside of the box is divided into red and blue halves. The right hand works the red side of the box first; the left hand works the blue side of the box second. Finally, the evaluee removes the nuts using one hand at a time and places them back into the storage compartment. The evaluator assesses the evaluees fatigue and/or pain after both the right hand and left hand portions of the work sample. Components: The work box is a 12" cube with an open back end and a 5" opening in the front. The five sides of the box are lined with machine bolts of various sizes, threads exposed to the inside. A box for storing provided nuts is included. The bolts and nuts are zinc plated to inhibit rust and tarnish. The work sample comes with manual, a pad of 100 scoring sheets, and a pad of 100 body charts. VCWS04 VCWS 4 Upper Extremity Range of Motion Email for Quotation
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