The purpose of conducting examination is to determine whether there are problems with a person’s health. It is also used to establish if there are areas where the person needs improvement. Usually, all health conditions have to be properly evaluated before concluding that there is or there isn’t a problem. In some situations, a patient will be required to take the exams. There are different kinds of examinations that are done.
For example, a management business may need to determine if an individual is fit to do the job because of their physical abilities or other requirements. When a person is going through an assessment, they are usually evaluated on their mental and emotional state as well. During a pre-examination interview, the business examiner will determine the person’s suitability for the position based on their answers. In the course of the pre-examination interview, the examiner will check areas where the person has gaps in knowledge or where they need help from the examiner. For example, the business team may conduct a basic review of the person to see how well they understand information presented to them. This helps the company assess their knowledge and determine if a person is capable of handling the job.
A business administrator shall ensure that the process they follow are correct when conducting examination. Before conducting examination under section 15662 of this title, the administrator shall take a record of the competencies needed to perform the duties needed for the job. In case of questions from the person during the course of the review, the administrator shall have enough information to give an accurate answer.