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Stand-Alone Job Analysis

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WAC's

WAC 296-19A-137 (www.leg.wa.gov)
When can the department request a stand alone job analysis?

WAC 296-19A-170 (www.leg.wa.gov)
What information must a provider include in a job analysis?

About Stand-Alone Job Analysis

A Stand-Alone Job Analysis (SAJA) referral is made if there isn't already an open vocational referral. SAJA authorizes a vocational provider to conduct a job analysis when no other services are requested. The provider must:

The assigned vocational provider:

  • May ask the claim manager to authorize assistance from other disciplines (e.g. physical or occupational therapists) in completing the job analysis.
  • Is responsible for all work performed on a referral.
  • Must complete and submit a SAJA referral to L&I within 15 calendar days from the date of the electronic referral.

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