Half day Instructor Led Course
Manual handling injuries are the main cause of lost working days. These occur due to sprains and strains resulting from the incorrect lifting and movement of objects. It is vital that employers educate their staff to prevent these injuries and in turn reduce the effects that these injuries have throughout and organization.
Our 1-day Manual Handling course is aimed at anyone who undertakes manual handling as part of their work duties. It gives delegates an understanding of safe manual handling, and is based upon the principles of safe moving and handling of loads known as the ‘kinetic’ approach to manual handling, and will involve a number of practical demonstrations and activities.
We are also able to offer this course as a distance learning option. Please enquire for details.
£35 PP Inc.
Group booking discounts available.
Over 33% of all work related injuries are from manual handling. In fact back injuries are the biggest cause of staff absence in the UK and yet most are preventable! Regardless of the organisation that you work in Manual handling will inevitably play a roll. This ranges from working in an office and needing to pick up paper from the floor to working on a building site and carrying heavy bags of cement and bricks.
Manual handling training is essential for all employees if as an employer you wish to protect your staff against preventable and very often chronic injuries. This 1 day course will provide staff with a knowledge of why manual handling is so important and the injuries that can occur when performing task with incorrect posture. We provide these courses both as an open course but also in house. With this course however we recommend the in house training as we are able to create a training package that will link directly to the manual handling that your staff are required to perform. Also with our group discounts we are able to offer superb value for money.
Hazel’s able to taylor this course to make it relevant to our organisation which kept everyones attention throughout.
Reasons for safe manual handling
Potential injuries and ill health through non compliance
Consequences of non compliance
How manual handling risk assessments contribute to the process
Types of equipment and testing requirements
Practical lifting techniques
Any course handouts
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First Aid | Fire Safety | Health & Safety | Lv 3 Education & Training | Principles & Practices Of Assessment| Assessing Competence | Manual Handling