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About this course
Promoting positive moving and handling practice for those who assist in the moving and handling of people, is one of the primary training areas for those working within job roles or environments that it effects. Muscular-skeletal injury is one of the biggest causes of workplace ill health, and those staff that are moving people are statistically at a greater risk.
This full day course is suitable for new staff that have not undergone previous training, have limited on the job experience or need a significant update or refresh in their skills moving people skills. The course is a good mix of theory and practical learning ensuring staff are up to date with current requirements, best practices and uses of various equipment.
This course is aligned to the CSTF (Core Skills Training Framework).
What does Moving People Safely cover?
This course covers the potential risks when manualy handling and moving people. Attendees will gain a greater understanding of the nature of muscular skeletal injuries and how to move people safely. The course will cover how to perform a risk assessment when moving people or objects, demonstrate good manual handling technique, and inform staff of current and up-to-date manual handling legislation.
Who is our Moving People Safely for?
This full day course is suitable for new staff that have not undergone previous training, have limited on the job experience or need a significant update or refresh in their skills moving people skills. The course is a good mix of theory and practical learning ensuring staff are up to date with best practices and uses of various equipment.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Define manual handling and its potential risks
- Inform staff of current and up-to-date manual handling legislation
- Understand the nature of muscular skeletal injuries
- Perform a risk assessment when moving people or objects
- Demonstrate good manual handling technique
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