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- CIEH Principles of Manual Handling

Manual Handling courses are suitable for anyone whose work involves lifting or moving loads. The Manual Health & Safety - Manual HandlingHandling Operations Regulations 1992 require all employers to carry out training for staff who lift or move loads. Manual Handling courses help you comply with this legislation. Manual Handling courses last three to six hours and are suitable for staff training on your premises. We also run courses open to individuals at our training rooms.
A certificate of attendance is awarded to each candidate who completes the course to the required level.

Sample Programme
1. Introduction to Manual Handling
2. Lifting and carrying safely
3. Techniques to avoid injury and strain
4. Manual Handling Risk Assessment explained.
5. How this applies to you.
6. Lifting and carrying in special situations.
7. The use of equipment
8. How to recognise and avoid potential problems
9. Responsibilities of employers and employees including Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 and safety legislation
10. Questions and answers

Course Costs

£50 + VAT Per Person

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