Manual Handling Techniques

For half a day, candidates will be trained in the principles of safe manual handling, fulfilling the 1992 Manual Handling Operations Regulations.

Course Duration:

Half Day including practical element

Who will benefit?:

All employees whether they are office or site based

Legislative Requirement:

Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 apply to any manual handling operation that may cause injury at work

Aims of Training:

Delegates will receive training in a range of subjects including:

  • Principles of safe manual handling;
  • Risk assessment;
  • Safe lifting techniques
  • Typical injuries
  • Hazard identification and assessment of the task, the load, the working environment and individual capabilities
  • Correct handling techniques
  • Practical exercises and tuition

Maximum Number of Delegates:

10 per course.

Training Methods:

A high proportion of group participation, including practical exercises in lifting techniques, supplemented by power point presentation and classroom based tutorials.

Resource Required:

Client to provide: Training room to comfortably accommodate all the delegates with 240V power supply. A range of objects in various sizes and weights

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The group was initially formed in 1968 and was known as the Luton and District Construction Training Group. However, to better reflect the geographical locations of the members, the name was changed in the 1980's to the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Construction Group. In 1991 the group became Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Construction Training Limited. In 2008 to better reflect our position in the market place our name changed to Construction Training (B&H) Ltd.

 

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