Manual Handling

Manual handling accidents are not confined to any particular type of work activity. Virtually every workplace will have employees involved in some form of manual handling and the cost of injuries from poor or careless practice is enormous.

The legal definition of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, amended in 2002 is ‘Manual handling operations’ means any transporting or supporting of a load, including the lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving thereof by hand or bodily force.

Training Courses:

Manual handling - 'Excellent, the demonstration and statistics were interesting', 'Excellent, thanks', 'Excellent, it was enjoyable', 'The whole course refreshed my knowledge'.

Manual Handling Train the Trainer - August courses - 'Very hands on approach', 'Facilitator was excellent', '5 out of 5', 'Really enjoyed it and learned alot from start to finish', 'Enjoyed the individual and group practical work and training styles', 'Good all round effective course'.

Manual Handling Train the Trainer - The use of the teaching structure is simple and easy to remember', 'Excellent instructor, techniques shown to us, breakdown of methods explained, demonstration and practice', 'this course has been a good experience', 'the event was very good and all people should go on one', I've got better knowledge about manual handling techniques'.

CIEH Level 2 Principles in Manual Handling - 'Very good', 'Very interactive, makes the subject matter much more interesting', 'Very good and informative', 'Very good valuable training'.


 
OPEN COURSES
 
IOSH
 
NEBOSH
 
CIEH
 
CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES HAZARDOUS TO HEALTH
 
DISPLAY SCREEN EQUIPMENT
 
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
 
ENVIRONMENTAL
 
FIRE SAFETY
 
FIRST AID
 
GENERAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
 
MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY
 
MANUAL HANDLING
 
RISK ASSESSMENT
 
SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE
 
WORKING AT HEIGHT