Manual Handling

Manual Handling Training provides candidates with information & instruction on safe manual handling techniques which, if used correctly, may help prevent injury. Manual handling training is required under the 2007 (General Application Regulations)

Description

•Introduction to Manual Handling
•Legislation on manual handling - 2005 Act:
•The Manual Handling Regulations 2007:
•Structure and functions of the spine
•How various parts of the human body function when lifting, pushing and pulling
•Flexibility as a basic requirement in the prevention of spinal injury
•Muscle action
•Principles of lifting and moving techniques
•Work place organisation to avoid obstructions to safe handling
•Identify the main risks associated with manual handling operations
•Developing lifting and moving techniques to overcome the identified risks

Practical- dealing with different types of Load:

•Lifting from the floor
•Lifting from the table
•Lifting from low to high
•Handling sacks and drums
•Pushing and pulling

Examination:

•Practical Assessment
•Feedback on Examination

Contents

•Introduction to Manual Handling
•Legislation on manual handling - 2005 Act:
•The Manual Handling Regulations 2007
•Structure and functions of the spine
•How various parts of the human body function when lifting, pushing and pulling
•Flexibility as a basic requirement in the prevention of spinal injury
•Muscle action
•Principles of lifting and moving techniques
•Work place organisation to avoid obstructions to safe handling
•Identify the main risks associated with manual handling operations
•Developing lifting and moving techniques to overcome the identified risks Practical- dealing with different types of Load
•Lifting from the floor
•Lifting from the table
•Lifting from low to high
•Handling sacks and drums


Assessment will include:
Pushing and pulling Examination:
Practical Assessment

Candidate Criteria

Clothing
It is recommended that all participants wear suitable loose clothing such as a tracksuit and suitable footwear, Gloves may also be required depending on the type of activities in the workplace.

Course Notes

All learning material will be provided by FRS Training.

Successful candidates will receive an FRS certificate of completion.

It is recommended that all participants wear suitable loose clothing such as a tracksuit and suitable footwear, Gloves may also be required depending on the type of activities in the workplace.

Course schedule.

Below you will find all dates and locations that this course is running.

Manual Handling

23 September 2019
Derryvale, Roscrea, Roscrea, Tipperary

Manual Handling

26 September 2019
Old Mitchelstown Road, Cahir, Tipperary

Manual Handling

27 September 2019
Main St, Carrick-On-Shannon, Leitrim, N41H5P1

Manual Handling

16 October 2019
Granard Rd,, Ballyjamesduff, Cavan

Manual Handling

18 October 2019
Main St, Carrick-On-Shannon, Leitrim, N41H5P1

Manual Handling

22 October 2019
Derryvale, Roscrea, Roscrea, Tipperary

Manual Handling

24 October 2019
Old Mitchelstown Road, Cahir, Tipperary

Manual Handling

25 October 2019
Main St, Carrick-On-Shannon, Leitrim, N41H5P1

Manual Handling

19 November 2019
Old Mitchelstown Road, Cahir, Tipperary

Manual Handling

21 November 2019
Derryvale, Roscrea, Roscrea, Tipperary

Manual Handling

17 December 2019
Old Mitchelstown Road, Cahir, Tipperary

Manual Handling

17 December 2019
Derryvale, Roscrea, Roscrea, Tipperary

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Manual Handling