As President and founder of Roy Matheson and Associates Inc. (Matheson) and the creator of the Matheson System for Equitable Employment Determination (M-SEED), Roy has led the development of highly respected certification programs in ergonomic evaluation and functional capacity evaluation. His product development accomplishments include software for functional capacity evaluation and reporting, as well as software and training for essential function job analysis and post-offer testing.
Roy is a member of the Mid-Atlantic ADA Leadership Network (ADA-LN), a group of qualified trainers conducting ADA training throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region using the Northeast ADA Center at Cornell University’s Modularized ADA Curriculum. Combining this with his ongoing quest for a deep, practical understanding of Title I of the ADA, Roy has created a unique ability to provide consultation, training, and management solutions for companies seeking to comply with the hiring, employment testing, and reasonable accommodation tenets of the law. The result of his exploration is the Reasonable Accommodation Management System (RAMS) and ReasonableAccommodation.com
Roy delivers consultation and training to such diverse companies as Barney & Barney (a February 2014 acquisition of Marsh & McLennan, LLC), Boston PainCare, a leader in the integration of function restoration into opioid reduction medical management, and Arthrex, a global medical device company and leader in new product development and medical education in orthopedics.
His Title I expertise has led him to presentations for the Global Assurex risk management conference, the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) and the annual Mid-Atlantic ADA Update conference.
Our company prides itself on our work ethic, our creative abilities and, most importantly, on “doing the right thing”. We enjoy the excitement of building truly useful products and training programs. In keeping with these ideals, we are proud to make this new resource available to benefit America’s employers and employees.