Brief introduction of training course.
Manual handling has been part of every day life since the birth of mankind, and the associated injuries are still commonplace.
Despite the application of correct lifting methods being regularly taught in the workplace, it is rarely practised by those undertaking manual handling activities.
This course intends not only to provide the statutory instruction on manual handling, but also to change people’s attitude towards looking after their own well-being.
This half day course can be delivered in your own company training facility or at a local hospitality venue in many towns and cities in Yorkshire.
What you will learn...
What is Manual Handling
How are we harmed by poor manual handling?
An introduction to the human spine
Assessing the risk using T.I.L.E.
Kinetic Lifting Technique
The use of manual and mechanical handling aids
Detailed Course Information
A half-day course designed to help the learner understand the long-term effects of poor manual handling practices.
- Definition of Manual Handling
- Make-up of the human skeletal backbone
- Common injuries from poor manual handling
- Assessing manual handling – T. I. L. E.
- Kinetic Lifting
- Mechanical and manual handling aids
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HowesSafe has a range of safety-related training courses that focus not just on delivering knowledge, but also ensuring delegates can apply that knowledge in the workplace.
If Doncaster is too far for your needs, let us know and we will try to arrange a venue in a town or city near you.
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