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Health and Safety: Good Manual Handling Technique



Health, Safety and Environment.


Health and Safety.

About this course:

This course is designed to inform you about what "lift with your legs, not your back" means and why you should do it.

When manual handling with poor form e.g bad body posture, is an easy way to injure your back.

The course does not include practical work.

Participants will have an opportunity to share their experiences and challenges met in manual handling and the solutions they adopted.

Learning outcomes:

During this session you will have the opportunity to have a thorough understanding of good manual handling techniques for: - Lifting.

- Carrying.

- Pushing.

- And pulling.

- An understanding of the common causes of manual handling injuries.

Who should attend this course:

This course is for anyone who undertakes manual handling tasks as part of their job role.


Rhian Loosemore & Phill Windsor.

Before the course:

No preparation needed.

Learning Provider: This course is administered by People Development; please contact for more details.

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