ARTC.Medical.Assessment - Category 2 - Fit Subject to Review (Appointment)


Competency requirements

Person Verification

  • Name on Medical Must match Cardholder name in RIW(Shortened version of name is accepted EG. Chris for Christopher)
  • Date of Birth (DOB) for applicant must be shown on the medical (any page)

Verification of Results

  • Fit for duty page must be present.
  • The type of medical must be written on the form, i.e. periodic, pre-placement or triggered.
  • In the Fit for duty subject to review area, the doctor will make a review date recommendation outside the medical standard (usually 6-12 months), but will specify the date where a full medical is due.
  • Only the top box "review at this practice" is required to be ticked. Additional conditional boxes may also be ticked, but does not affect whether its an appointment required or not. (see example 2)
  • This means the individual needs to attend another full medical on the date specified.

Verification Details

  • Assessment date (Or appointment date) must be recorded on the fitness for duty page
  • Medical has been completed by (or co-signed by) an ARA - AHP (Authorised Health Professional)
  • AHP's details should be shown (First and Last name OR First name initial with Last name and signature should be present)
  • Category 2 (or Green Category) to be displayed
  • Black and white or colour is accepted

Upload requirements

  • The issue date in RIW should be recorded as the date the assessment or appointment took place.
  • NOTE: The date for the signature requirement of the examining AHP should not be used in lieu of the assessment date if this information is missing from the form.
  • The expiration date for this competency should always be calculated to occur as indicated on the recommended review date section
Accepted evidence
Not accepted evidence
  • No example provided.

Business Rule Link
https://businessrules.riw.net.au/support/solutions/articles/51000088397

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