Manual Handling Galway
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or at your workplace
Venue: Live Online €50.00
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Duration: Approx Less than 2 hours Online
Live Tutor Led Online assessments, Manual Handling Course
From The Comfort Of Your Own Environment Save up to 2 Hrs
attendance and travel time, Available every day of the week.
This course is delivered and assessed live by a Qualified
Fetac/QQI Trainer which is recommended by the HSA !
Course: Day: Time:
Manual Handling - Monday - 24 hours a day
Manual Handling - Tuesday - 24 hours a day
Manual Handling - Wednesday - 24 hours a day
Manual Handling - Thursday - 24 hours a day
Manual Handling - Friday - 24 hours a day
Manual Handling - Saturday - 24 hours a day
Manual Handling - Sunday - 24 hours a day
3 Year Certification, Call 087-7950282 to Book !!
We can also send a tutor on-site to your workplace Just Call!
Online Manual Handling Assessments Prerequisites
1. Ideally if you could have a second person with a mobile
electronic device ie: Ipad, I-Phone, Laptop etc to film you live in
front of the instructor to view all 360-degree angles.
2. You will be asked to demonstrate a number of lifts from
different heights, these are in module 5 and can be replayed
at any time for you to practice beforehand.
3. Please also have a trolley or similar device to perform
a push-pull manoeuvre.
In Light of recent COVID-19 Restrictions
All practical demonstrations must be in the presence of a QQI/ Fetac Qualified
Instructor, Therefore demonstrations will take place Live Online
with our tutor from your own environment or at your workplace.
Attending On-site Workplace Manual Handling Assessments Prerequisites
One on One Time slots will be given in Booking Order
Social Distancing Will Apply at Practical Demonstrations
PPE: Gloves and Face masks supplied Must be worn
COVID 19 Risk Assessment in Place
Please Note: A Person Can Only Be Certified Competent by Live Practical Demonstrations Only!!
in front of a QQI/Fetac Qualified tutor.
We can ZOOM Live to your premises if you require just
call us for more Info.
Manual Handling - introduction and definition
Structure and function of the human spine
Causes of back injuries
Prevention of back injuries
Ergonomic aspects of manual handling
Lifting skills - theory and practice
Reducing manual handling injuries
Current legislation, EU directives and statistics
Manual handling quiz/assessment
Understand the structure and functions of the human spine
Understand the main causes of back injuries in the workplace
Know the main causes of soft tissue injuries and cumulative strain
Have learned the correct posture for sitting and standing
Have learned the correct skills and techniques for lifting materials/equipment safely
Be able to identify and eliminate the causes of strain and injury in their workplace
Understand current legislation, and employer/employee responsibilities
DURATION: 2 Hours
PARTICIPANTS: 12 per class
VENUE: Virtually Online or at your Workplace
CERTIFICATION: Lasts for 3 Years
PRICE: Call Michelle 087-7950282
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Who Should Take This Manual Handling Training Course? The manual handling course is aimed at all levels of employees who may undertake manual handling operations, including the transporting of a load of items by lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving thereof by hand or by bodily force. This includes, but is not limited to, professions such as:
Warehouse and factory staff
Heavy manual labourers
Unloading and loading of vehicles
Construction and building site workers
Manual Handling accounts for 33% of Accidents reported to the Health and Safety Authority. Manual handling includes the use of the human body to lift, lower, fill, empty, or carry loads and also includes climbing, pushing, pulling, and pivoting, all of which pose the risk of injury to the back. The load can be inanimate (an object) or animate (animal or person) and manual handling injuries occurs in most industrial sectors including manufacturing and warehousing, retail, construction, transportation, agriculture and the health care sector.