H&S Training

Manual Handling Awareness Training

Lifting heavy boxes, stacking shelves, or moving items across a workspace might be part and parcel of an employee’s role, but these tasks can result in injury if not carried out correctly and with an awareness of the risks.

Make sure employees can work safely, comfortably and productively with our Manual Handling training course.

Register your interest in this course

Submit your details and one of our team will be in touch.

Who should attend?

This one-day course is suitable for anyone that needs to ‘transport or support a load by hand or bodily force’ in the course of their work, as well as those involved in assessing and controlling such manual handling in the workplace. It can be delivered as a half or full-day training session depending on your organisation’s needs.

What will I learn?

Delegates will develop a working understanding of manual handling risks, regulations and strategies, and will leave equipped with the vital knowledge needed to reduce the potential for injury when undertaking these tasks in the workplace.

  • Why we manage manual handling
  • The impact of injury – moral, financial and legal
  • The requirements of the Manual Handling Regulations 1992
  • Assessing manual handling risks and what to consider
  • Effective control measures
  • Specific safe manual handling techniques as relevant to your business

Price and registration

This is a closed one-day course delivered exclusively to your organisation at a cost of £1,260 for up to 12 delegates. Additional delegates are charged at £55 each.

Who will deliver the training?

All of our Health & Safety training courses are designed and delivered by time served safety practitioners with significant hands on experience.

When you take our core Health & Safety service, any training will be delivered by your named consultant, enabling us to tailor the course to you for maximum impact.

Register your interest in this course

Submit your details and one of our team will be in touch.

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