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This package includes: Manual Handling (including risk assessment) Manual handling is defined as the 'transporting or supporting of a load by hand or by bodily force'. Because of the amount of manual handling that takes place in peoples? everyday lives, it is no surprise that more than a third of all workplace injuries result from these activities. The Course : As you would expect, the course focuses on how to prevent injury. It covers the mechanics of the spine, factors to consider when handling a load, legal aspects, correct postures and positioning and how to risk assess correctly. By using the ETD system, the benefits go far beyond what you would find with other training packages. Online forms - Risk Assessment : Risk assessment forms are essential for any work place; they help employees identify areas in their place of work that may potentially be a risk. There is a legal requirement to carry out such assessments for the purpose of reducing workplace injuries and for clearing up issues of blame in the legal procedures that follow in the event of an injury occurring at work. With the ETD system the paperwork accumulated by such forms are stored electronically. When the users assessments are approved, a record of the forms is attached to the user's profile. These forms allow you to have a clear record showing that you have fulfilled your legal duties. They are available to you or anyone who needs to see them (the HSE for example) at anytime. Course Content Understanding the Spine Points covered : How the spine works, its construction, capabilities and limitations. Outcome : This fundamental knowledge will help your staff understand how incorrect manual handling can lead to acute damage in the spine. Back Injuries Points covered :Common types of back injuries, how they occur, and what can be done to prevent them. Outcome : Employees will understand the severity of the problem and will have a better understanding on how to prevent injury. Manual Handling Regulations Points covered : Legal aspects of manual handling (Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 - as amended) and what is required from employers and employees. Outcome: Employees will be aware of the law and the responsibilities that go with it. Basic Principles of Manual Handling Points covered : Fundamental principles of manual handling; pushing, pulling, lifting,lowering and handling while seated, correct methods and best working practices. Outcome: Your employees will know how to carry out manual handling tasks safely and more efficiently. Risk Assessment Points covered : How to risk assess in your workplace correctly. Outcome: Your employees will have the ability to carry out detailed risk assessments and be able to suggest remedial action to prevent injuries. Test . The user demonstrates their knowledge in the subject matter. This gives a clear record showing that not only training has been given, but also that the employee has learned from it. The test is not difficult, and anyone who has completed and understood the course should have no difficulty reaching a standard to pass. Online Forms (Risk Assessment) . Employees will carry out a risk assessment of the workplace. Once approved, these forms will be saved and available to view whenever desired. The forms and administration aspects are included with the course and are not an additional products or services. Basic Fire Safety Basic Fire Safety is for all employees. Workplace fires result in severe burn injuries, psychological distress, property damage, loss of income and sometimes even death. If you do not provide employees with basic fire safety training you are breaking the law set in the Regulatory Reform (fire safety) Order (2005). This training course focuses on Fire prevention and Risk assessment. It will also give the student sufficient knowledge in using fire fighting equipment, evacuation procedures, and the importance of limiting false fire alarms in the workplace. Online Fire Safety Training |

This package includes: Manual Handling (including risk assessment) Manual handling is defined as the 'transporting or supporting of a load by hand or by bodily force'. Because of the amount of manual handling that takes place in peoples? everyday lives, it is no surprise that more than a third of all workplace injuries result from these activities. The Course : As you would expect, the course...

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