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Unaccredited - Manual Handling Awareness course syllabus.

Course Description

Is the Manual Handling Awareness course accredited by an official body?

This course has a certificate issued by the Training Provider. It is not accredited by any outside body but is a valuable aid to gaining knowledge in this field.

What is the Unaccredited - Manual Handling Awareness course?

Category: Manual-Handling
Level: Beginner

The Manual Handling Awareness training course allows learners to appreciate the consequences of poor manual handling and enable them to use their knowledge to plan and use approved lifting techniques. The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 require all employers to carry out training for staff who lift or carry loads. Delegates will gain an understanding of regulations as well as a practical knowledge of lifting and moving. They will be able to identify potential hazards and risks and determine the safest method of manual handling without injury.

How much is the Manual Handling Awareness course?
As a broker we have a large number of Training Providers who advertise their courses with us. The lowest price we have is £25.00 and the highest price is £600.00 (These prices may include Classroom, e-Learning, Distance Learning In-House(On-Site) and Zoom options).   See Dates and Locations
Who is the Unaccredited - Manual Handling Awareness course designed for?

Any personnel who are involved in manual handling and lifting at work, or have to train and assess those who are involved in manual handling in the workplace. If you are responsible in any way for the health and safety of people at work then you should attend this course.

What subjects does the Unaccredited - Manual Handling Awareness course cover?

Health and Safety at work act 1974

Manual handling regulations

Management of Health and Safety at work regulations

Manual handling accident statistics

Manual handling risk assessments and how risk assessments apply to you

Introduction to manual handling lifting and carrying safely

The functions of the spine and muscular system

Typical injuries caused and how to recognise and avoid potential problems

Hazard identification and assessment of:

The task

The load

The working environment

Individual capabilities

Correct handling techniques

Practical exercises and tuition in how to avoid injury and strain

What certificate do I get for passing the Unaccredited - Manual Handling Awareness course?
Attendance Certificate issued by Training Provider
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