Employers have a legal obligation to properly assess and control manual handling risks. This responsibility includes doing the utmost to prevent injuries caused through poor manual handling, a common cause of sickness absence. Keeping safe is in everyone’s interest: reduce the risks, reduce the number of absentee days for the business.
We offer two different manual handling courses to help businesses minimise sick days and keep on the right side of HSE: for operators who may be at risk from manual handling injuries;
3-hour course for operators
The 3-hour training uses revised and improved material and is delivered by a RoSPA qualified trainer. It covers all aspects of safe manual handling, including lifting techniques and LITE. Plus, the course explores in some depth why safe manual handling is so important to an employee’s health now and future wellbeing.
Our training is flexible and designed for those who undertake manual handling activities in their working role.
It can be customised so that delegates can experience handling objects which they would normally encounter in their workplace.
The essential components operators will learn are:
- Base positions and movements;
- Good handling techniques;
- Basic physiology (spine, anatomy, structure and function).
Managers, supervisors and responsible employees will learn:
- Legal requirements;
- Implementing safe handling policies;
- Risk assessments.
Booking details (either course)
We have no set dates for manual handling courses here at our West Bromwich facility. Instead, we come to your workplace where the training naturally incorporates relevance to your environment.
- Dates: when works best for both parties;
- Venue: training delivered onsite at your premises.
For further information or to book your course, get in touch with Michelle Nicholls on 0121 601 4041 or email email@example.com.