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Manual Handling at Workplace

Friday 14th June from  10am – 2pm

Join us  for a 4 hour course on manual handling techniques. Learn how to avoid injuries in our comfortable modern training facilities. Cost £89+ VAT. Our location is 5 minutes walk from Caerphilly train station. Smart modern training facilities with on-site cafe for breaks and lunch.

Learn proper manual handling techniques
Learn proper manual handling techniques
  • What is Manual Handling
    Manual handling is the transferring, or handling, of a bodily load by hand, including: pushing, pulling, lifting, lowering, carrying or moving.

Why bother?
A third of all three-day or over injuries reported are caused by poor manual handling techniques.

We will teach you about:

  • The Spine and it’s anatomy
  • Common Injuries: lower back pain, Sciatica, Tension, Bursitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Tendonitis
  • Assessing the lifting or moving task
  • Good lifting technique for Boxes and Sacks
  • Pushing & Pulling
  • Handling unusual shaped objects
  • Teamwork
  • Risk assessment
  • The role of Managers
  • In the event of an accident

The cost to your health, the cost to your business
A survey in 2002 revealed that 1.1 million people in the UK are suffering from musculoskeletal disorders that are caused or being aggravated by their past or current work .Companies lose valuable workforce and revenue, and individuals can suffer long term discomfort, pain and immobility. Book your training today!

Details Price Qty
First Aid Course £105.00 (GBP)  

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 02920 883121

Venue Website:

Address:
Britannia House, Caerphilly, Vale of Glamorgan, The, CF83 3GG, United Kingdom

Description:

We are based in Caerphilly Business Park in Britannia House open Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm. We have a variety of training  locations from the Cwrt in Llanishen to the Lisvane & Llanishen Reservoirs Visitor Centre, Lisvane Road,  and the Welsh Ice centre in caerphilly to suit large or small classes and an on-site cafe will serve you lunch, refreshments and snacks during your training breaks.

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