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Manual Handling Courses

  • Principles of Manual Handling

    Principles of Manual Handling Course Overview:

    This course introduces candidates to the hazards and risks involved in manual handling and outlines what to expect from a manual handling assessment. It will enable employees to develop safer manual handling techniques in the workplace.

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  • Safer Moving & Handling of People Principles and Practice 1/2 Day

    Safer Moving & Handling of People Principles and Practice 1/2 Day Course Overview:

    Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) are the most common cause of occupational ill health in Great Britain, currently affecting 1.0 million people a year and costing society £5.7 billion. MSDs affect the muscles, joints, tendons and other parts of the musculoskeletal system. By educating staff in the principles of safe moving and handling, and facilitating a problem-solving approach that is people-handling centred, training can contribute to excellence in care as well as reducing injury

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  • Safer Moving & Handling of People Principles and Practice 1 Day

    Safer Moving & Handling of People Principles and Practice 1 Day Course Overview:

    Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) are the most common cause of occupational ill health in Great Britain, currently affecting 1.0 million people a year and costing society £5.7 billion. MSDs affect the muscles, joints, tendons and other parts of the musculoskeletal system. By educating staff in the principles of safe moving and handling, and facilitating a problem-solving approach that is people-handling centred, training can contribute to excellence in care as well as reducing injury

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