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Manual Handling Principles

 

All our open workshops including Manual Handling for Nottingham 

& Derby include ample free parking, and light refreshments.

 

Training Events for 2017

Bramcote, Nr M1 Junction 25

 

 MANUAL HANDLING PRINCIPLES TRAINING 

For Nottingham & Derby

 

Limited places available for the following

 

19th June  12.45 to 3.30

19th June MH Options

or

Eventbrite - Manual Handling Principles Open Course

 

 

 

20th November   12.45 to 3.30

20th November MH Options

or

Eventbrite - Manual Handling Principles Open Course

 

Course Details

Duration 3 hours  

Delivered by qualified (NEBOSH L6 Diploma) Trainer (City & Guilds)

Training Workshop Aims

To gain awareness and knowledge in order to help us to,

Sufficiently contribute to a great health and safety culture
Confidently contribute to the process of risk assessment
Attain Pass/Merit/Distinction certification

Objectives

To have a knowledge of;

Health and safety legislation and background
Our responsibilities under legislation
The process of risk assessment

To have answers to all of these questions;

What is risk assessment?
Why do we do risk assessment?
When do we need to undertake a risk assessment?
Where are we required to do risk assessments?
How would we do a ‘suitable and sufficient’ risk assessment?
How do I use 5 steps to risk assessment

To test what we have learned;

Engage, contribute and complete exercises during the learning
Complete a multiple choice measurement of the days learning.

Learning by delivery of

Tutor information, group activity and discussion, visual aids, dvd, powerpoint and workbook

To include;

When did it all start – brief health & safety history
The enforcing authorities
The health and safety at work etc. act 1974
Moral, legal and financial consequences
Near miss reporting
The management of health and safety at work regulations 1999
Risk perception
Risk assessment – suitable and sufficient criteria
Who’s responsible
When should we assess, what should we include
Reasonably practicable
The hierarchy of control
Defining hazard
Defining risk
Define foreseeability
5 steps to risk assessment

To take away

Training workbook
PowerPoint notes         
Certification (Attended, Passed, Merit or Distinction)