Who is the course for?
Over one-third of all work-related injuries are from manual handling. Back injuries are the biggest cause of staff absence in the UK and yet most are preventable. Manual handling training is a legal requirement in any situation where your staff are required to do any lifting, lowering, pulling or pushing that carries any level risk. Most work environments employ people whose role involves the use of manual handling.
Incorrect manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work. It causes work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) which account for a large proportion of all workplace injuries. Manual handling injuries can happen anywhere people are at work – on farms and building sites, in factories, offices, warehouses, hospitals, banks, laboratories, and while making deliveries. Heavy manual labour, awkward postures, manual materials handling, and previous or existing injury are all risk factors in developing MSDs. There is more information and advice on MSDs on the HSE website, including advice on managing back pain at work.
How long is the duration of the course?
The course takes 3-4 hours to complete.
Where does the course take place?
The course can be delivered at our training centre in Chorley or at the client’s premises if suitable training facilities are available.
What do I need to bring?
Just bring yourself and a whole bunch of enthusiasm. We supply the rest.
When does the course take place?
Our course times vary. Please contact us using the enquiry form for more details on when the next available course is taking place.
At TASC, we have been providing UKATA asbestos training for over 15 years.
- We are a founding member of UKATA
- We are able to tailor your training requirements to individual needs
- All refresher training is based on a training needs analysis (TNA)
For more information or to book onto this course, please contact us.
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