When you're referred to APM for workplace assessments
If you’re not sure how to make changes to support an employee with an injury or disability, we can help
As a member of the Australian Government’s National Panel of Assessors, APM Assessment Services will assist you in determining the needs of employees with disability.
When you hire a job seeker registered with a Disability Employment Services provider, your workplace may be referred to APM for assessment.
Our team of allied health professionals carry out the assessment, which are used to determine the level of support your business and your employee may receive. Our dedicated and experienced Assessment Services team carries out more than 1,500 assessments every year.
These assessments are used to determine three main types of support:
To enable a person with disability, illness or injury to maintain employment in their current job.
To support employees who are unable to work at the same level as their team members due to an injury, illness or disability.
To provide your employee with work related tools or equipment to help them carry out their tasks, and determine if any modifications are required in your workplace.
Your business may also receive an assessment if a job seeker or employee is already receiving one of these support services.
Need an assessment for your employee?
If you want an independent disability workplace assessment for workplace modifications for a member of your team, you can make a request through the government's JobAccess service.
They will assign an independent member of the National Panel of Assessors, such as APM, to carry out the assessment, who will contact you to arrange a suitable time.
Our dedicated and experienced Assessment Services team carries out more than 1,500 assessments every year.
Contact us to find out more, or visit the government’s JobAccess service to request an assessment.
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