Manual Handling

The Manual Handling Operations Regulations were introduced to lay out duties for employees ensuring that their personnel are given adequate information and training on manual handling at work. It is intended for workers who are required to manually lift, carry, push or pull any load to avoid work-related injuries such as musculoskeletal injuries. In the years 2014/2015, Health & Safety Executive statistics show that because of health and safety incidents, the UK lost over 27 million working days. The course examines assessing manual handling tasks and the legal duties involved as well as focusing on the different roles and responsibilities of the employer and their employees. The course targets anyone who manages or regularly completes manual handling tasks within an organisation.

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Manual Handling     Manual Handling

This course covers:

The definition of manual handling

The legal requirements under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992

Reducing the risks

TILE – Task Individual Load Environment

Common injuries

Safe techniques to prevent injuries

[spacer height=”20px”]Training Outcomes:

Understand the reasons why you need to know how to move and handle objects correctly

Know the key pieces of legislation

Understand the responsibilities of employees and employers

[spacer height=”20px”]You do not require any previous training before starting this e-learning course. It should take no longer than 40 minutes to complete and will issue you with a certificate on the successful completion of the resulting exam.



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