Moving and Handling of People Awareness Online Overview:
Knowing how to move and handle people correctly is vital to providing the utmost care for your patients. You do not want any legal proceedings based on incorrect processes being taken and a patient getting harmed. This is why any employee who works with people who need to be moved or handled as a part of their role needs to know what they are doing and do it safely. This course is CPD accredited. It meets accepted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
The course is delivered online.
Our online courses are designed for individuals, organisations and small groups.
What is covered:
The aim of this course is to greater increase your knowledge of moving and handling people safely and the risks, as well as the relevant legislation.
The key points covered in this course are:
- Your company policy
- Workplace accidents
- Risk assessments
- Key skills
Who is the course for?
There are no barriers to entry on this course. This is an awareness course, suitable for all.
What will you achieve?
- Name some key pieces of legislation relating to moving and handling
- Identify your company policy on moving and handling
- Understand different types of injuries and accidents in the workplace
- Describe the risk assessment process
- Learn or refresh key skills for moving and handling
- Practice moving and handling tasks frequently used in your workplace
On completion of this course, either download your certificate or access at a later date online.
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