Manual Handling Training Course
At KISS Training we are approved to teach Manual Handling Training Courses under the Health and Safety (Manual Handling Operations) Regulations 1992 and this course does conform to currently acceptable Manual Handling practice.
The Manual Handling Training Course can be run either at your business’s location in a suitable environment or at a purpose built training facility whichever is more suitable and practical for you.
The Manual Handling Training Course will run for approximately 4 hours (1/2 Day).
This Manual Handling Training Course is not just an attend course, students are required to take part in practical and theoretical work to successfully complete the course.
Manual handling is transporting or supporting loads by hand or using bodily force. Many people hurt their back, arms, hands or feet lifting everyday loads, not just when the load is too heavy.
More than a third of all over-three-day injuries reported each year to HSE and to local authorities are the result of manual handling. These can result in those injured taking an average of 11 working days off each year.
- What is manual handling
- Manual handling Regulations
- Manual handling injuries
- Ways of reducing the risk of injury
- Employers duties
- Employee duties
- Avoiding manual handling
- Good handling technique
- Use of handling aids
- The working environment
- Individual capacity
- Risk Assessment of Manual Handling needs
All students will be issued a certificate on completion of passing the Manual Handling Training Course.