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50% OFF SALE UNTIL 20TH NOVEMBER 2015 - fantastic training products to help you deliver the manual handling message!!
For more information about manual handling safety click the following link: Quick Guide to Manual Handling.
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Easy to read full colour A5 booklet
- Contains essential information on: How to lift Safely; Task Assessment advice; Manual Handling Legislation
- Includes a SELF RISK ASSESSMENT
£71.20 + VAT (incl. VAT: £85.44)
- DVD HSGMHE
Lifting and manual handling is one of the highest risks in work environments. It is essential to inform your staff about safe lifting and manual handling basics.
This fantastic title is superbly presented by 'Jet' from Gladiators and gets the manual handling message across in an engaging way
Helps protect your staff and your business. Use this DVD to train your staff in safe lifting and manual handling, this title actually makes manual handling training interesting!!
Approximate running time: 25 minutes
£14.95 + VAT (incl. VAT: £17.94)
Full colour A2 Manual Handling Poster
This Manual Handling Safety poster summarises how to lift safely; manual handling and safe lifting task assessment advice; manual handling legislation.
Over 1/3 of all accidents reported each year in the UK arise from ‘manual handling incidents.’ The majority of these are preventable. Serious manual handling injuries can be avoided by keeping aware. This manual handling poster can serve as a permanent reminder to staff to lift properly.
£103.20 + VAT (incl. VAT: £123.84)
- DVD HSGMHEML
Manual Handling Essentials (Multi-Lingual) DVD
- Anatomy of the back
- Making an assessment
- Lifting techniques
- Lifting aids and equipment
- LITE Assessment
£125.00 + VAT (incl. VAT: £150.00)
Manual Handling Pack comprising of
- 1 x Manual Handling Essentials DVD
- 1 x Manual Handling Poster
- 10 x Manual Handling Booklets
- Book Guide
This step-by-step guide to people moving and handling is a must-have for anyone working in health care, nursing and social care or any other setting where manual handling of people is needed.
£159.20 + VAT (incl. VAT: £191.04)
- DVD PEOPLEDVD
This superb DVD is suitable for anyone working in any organisation (healthcare or otherwise) where moving people is part of their work.
This title will show you how to move and handle people with minimal effort, greater comfort and dignity (with and without the use of equipment!). It will also ensure that you look after your back and that of patients or residents.
Total Running Time = 68 Minutes
£49.95 + VAT (incl. VAT: £59.94)
- Hernia BL107720
This life size model shows two lumbar vertebrae with spinal nerves, dura mater and an intervertebral disc affected by medial hernia
£119.95 + VAT (incl. VAT: £143.94)
- Vertebral BL107344
A fully flexible life size vertebral column consisting of the occipital plate, cervical, thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, sacrum, coccyx and complete pelvis
Manual Handling Requirements
Employers have a duty to provide manual handling training courses to their staff. Manual handling training is a legal requirement of the Manual Handling Regulations which is the main source of health & safety regulation for lifting & carrying loads at work. Manoeuvres that involve lifting, pushing, pulling and twisting are referred to as health and safety manual handling tasks. Below are some points that are found in our manual handling training materials:
Anyone who has to perform manual handling or move items in their workplace wherever they work has the right to be trained in Manual Handling. Manual handling training should cover:-
- Knowledge of manual handling for responsibilities of managers/supervisors.
- An understanding of manual handling law and manual handling risk assessments and the first principles of manual handling weight guidelines.
- An understanding of the basic structure of the spine and injuries that can occur through poor manual handling practices.
- Moving inanimate objects, pushing and pulling techniques and approaching manual handling as a team.