Online Manual Handling Training Programme
With our easy-to-use video based e-Learning LMS platform, it's simple & cost effective to get your workplace Health & Safety and HR Compliance Manual Handling Training sorted
At Osteopathic Solutions we believe that Manual Handling training should be delivered as a Practical Skills Course for your workforce (whether by your In House Instructors or through Experts like us) especially to those who are doing regular, and possibly hazardous manual handling tasks.
Online Training Programmes have their role in 21st century training and development plans and our unique Online Manual Handling Training Programme can quickly provide compliance under the Manual Handling Operations Regulations, providing informative, engaging and effective training to support reductions in manual handling lost time accidents.
This Online Course teaches you all you need to know about best practice manual handling of inanimate loads. Being competent in safe manual handling techniques and practices for the workplace is a legal requirement, and this online Manual Handling Course provides everything you need to know about 'BackSafe' practical application of lifting, carrying, lowering, pushing, pulling and team handling technique and practice, including individual manual handling risk assessment based upon the HSE's ‘TILE’ (or LITE’) format.
Only £25+vat Per User
Client Learning Management System Login
CPD Certification Service Certified
Only 30 minutes to complete
17 Question Multiple Choice Assessment
Designed by Occupational Osteopaths
Printable Online Certificate on completion
Available in English, Polish, Czech & Punjabi
Compliance with Manual Handling Regulations
Inherently Video based Practical Content
Suitable for all Employees, Staff & Managers
Suitable for all Employees, Staff & Managers
Online Programme Outline & Learning Outcomes
• Attendees will understand their responsibility within the Manual Handling Operations Regulations
• Attendees will understand the personal consequences of Back Injury involving symptoms & physical disability
• Attendees will obtain a basic knowledge & understanding of simple anatomy & biomechanics of the spine
• Attendees will understand how Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) are caused in their working environment through their natural practice of unsafe lifting, carrying, lowering, pushing, pulling & team handling
• Attendees will obtain an enhanced postural awareness
• Attendees will be competent in safer lifting, carrying, lowering, pushing, pulling, team handling techniques & practices in their working environment
• Attendees will be able to apply safer Manual Handling techniques & practices to awkward loads in their working environment
• Attendees will reduce the likelihood of suffering a Manual Handling Injury at work
The HSE does not publish prescriptive guidance on what a ‘good’ manual handling training course should include or how long it should last. However, in general, courses should be suitable for the individual, tasks and environment involved, use relevant examples, relate to what workers actually do and last long enough to cover all the relevant information. Such information is likely to include advice on:
Manual handling risk factors and how injuries can occur
How to carry out safe manual handling, including good handling technique
Appropriate systems of work for the individual’s task and environment
Safe use of lifting and handling aids
Practical work to allow the trainer to identify and put right anything the trainee is not doing safely
You should establish a planned training programme to make sure all staff identified as requiring it receive basic training, as well as updates when necessary. This should also cover new starters to ensure training takes place either before or as close to starting a new job as possible. You could also monitor sickness absence and near-miss reporting as one way to assess how effective the training has been. Keeping records to show, for example, who has been trained, when the training was carried out and what the content of the course was, will help you manage your training programme and identify when refresher training might be needed.
The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996 as the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors to complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. The CPD Certification Service provides support, advice and recognised independent CPD accreditation compatible with global CPD principles.
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