MANUAL HANDLING COURSE 1/2 Day

Designed for members of staff at risk of manual handling injury while performing normal everyday work tasks.  A simplified course with a direct approach on what staff need to know and how to lift to keep them safe the employer compliant.

Duration:  1/2 Day

Course Content:

Understand  – What is Manual Handing
Learn what your responsibilities are for you and your employer
Look at techniques to avoid back pain
Use economy of effort
Perform the four principles of a good lift 

Candidates view a DVD, sit a short quiz and carry out a practical.


CERTIFICATION

Certification of attendance will be issued on completion of the course - A copy of the quiz candidates take is available for employer records.

LOCATION

Courses are delivered direct on client’s site specifically for their employee’s but in house training rooms are available at an additional cost.

Manual Handling Training. (MHT)

Manual Handling - Basic Half Day Course:


Manual Handling - Standard

​One Day Course:

These Manual Handling Training sessions  will help you, as an employer, comply with the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 (the Regulations), as amended by the Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002.


The Regulations originally came into force on 1 January 1993 and were made under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (the HSW Act).

CW Health & Safety Training UK Ltd offer a selection of courses dependant on the level of risk the employees are facing in their work roles:


A Train the Trainer course is available for those wishing to have "in house trainers" this included a monitoring system and is designed to client specific requirements, please make an enquiry or phone to discuss as this course would be designed bespoke to meet the needs of your company.

MANUAL HANDLING COURSE

Designed for members of staff at risk of manual handling injury while performing normal everyday work tasks.  A more in depth course.

Duration: 1 Day

Course Content.

Definitions of Manual Handing
Manual Handling & the Legal Aspects
Manual Handling Hazards
High Risk Manual Handling Activities
Assessing Manual Handling Activities (TILE)
Reducing Manual Handling Risks
Practice Manual Handling Techniques – Single person lift, team lift, Pushing & pulling

 

Candidates view a DVD, sit a short quiz and carry out a practical.

 

CERTIFICATION

Certification of attendance will be issued on completion of the course, a copy of the quiz the candidates take is available for employer records.

LOCATION

Courses are delivered direct on client’s site specifically for their employee’s but in house training rooms are available at an additional cost..

What do the Manual Handling Operations Regulations require?


 The Regulations require employers to:

■ avoid the need for hazardous manual handling, ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’;

■ assess the risk of injury from any hazardous manual handling that can’t be avoided;

■ reduce the risk of injury from hazardous manual handling, ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’.

The Regulations apply to manual handling activities involving the transporting or supporting of loads, including lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving loads.