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Health and safety training including construction, fire safety and environmental courses. Fully accredited by NEBOSH, IOSH, City and Guilds and ConstructionSkills

Manual Handling Training Courses

Here at ATC Risk Management, we have a number of different manual handling training courses available, the details of which are outlined below. When run in-house, these courses can be tailored to the specific requirements and manual handling hazards faced by your workers:

For those whose job role frequently involves the handling of such objects, manual handling training will form an essential part of their overall health and safety training requirements. As well as short term injuries, incorrect manual handling techniques performed over the long-term can lead to chronic and incurable ailments.

Manual Handling Courses

Manual Handling

Our 1-day Manual Handling course is aimed at anyone who undertakes manual handling as part of their work duties. It gives delegates an understanding of safe manual handling, and is based upon the principles of safe moving and handling of loads known as the 'kinetic' approach to manual handling, and will involve a number of practical demonstrations and activities.

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Risk Assess Manual Handling

Our 1-day Manual Handling Risk Assessment course is for those who are tasked with performing a manual handling risk assessment in the workplace. As well as looking at how to risk assess operations and processes, it will also cover relevant health and safety legislation - specifically the Health and Safety at Work Act and Manual Handling Operations Regulations.

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Manual Handling Instructor

For those who are interested in teaching manual handling, or have been tasked by their organisation to train others in safe manual handling techniques, our 2-day Manual Handling Instructor course will not only teach you all about identifying manual handling risks, risk assessment, correct lifting techniques and relevant legislation, but will also explore training techniques.

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