The high risk and potential severity of Manual Handling injuries has led to the legislative requirement for WHS training. However jargon and procedural overload too frequently produces a disengaged and disinterested employee base.
Recovery Partners’ Manual Handling Training program is built from in-depth consultation with organisational members and is specifically targeted toward gaining an insight into working behavioural psychology. By addressing the gap in standardised manual handling training, our unique and contextual approach has become paramount in the safe manual handling message resonating with employees.
Our training offers a blended learning approach with a mix of both theory and practical. All participants will be provided with practical WHS tools, information and standards during the course relevant to manual handling.
Our manual handling package is a combined theoretical and practical session that looks at informing participants on the theoretical basics and developing their skills in the practical application of best practice manual handling techniques.
We cover the following topics:
What is Manual Handling?
How Manual Handling Injuries occur?
Identify, Assess and Control Manual Handling risks
Anatomy and Biomechanics
Safe Lifting Techniques – theory and practical.
At Recovery Partners we appreciate that to deliver the desired outcomes we must tailor the content of the training to specifically match the physical demands and requirements of your workplace.
Who should attend?
Manual handling is something that every worker deals with on a daily basis and we encourage training for all your employees starting with those carrying the highest level of risk.
Delivery of the course is based on adult learning principles to a maximum of 16 people per session. We encourage a high level of participation from all attendees. This is achieved via activities, case examples and discussion.
Passionate Allied Health professionals, such as Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists with experience in workstation design and workplace injuries provide this interactive training that will allow your staff to reduce the likelihood of a workplace injury.
Each training session will be two hours in duration. This time does not include setup and pack down for the trainer.
On completion of all topics, successful participants are issued a certificate for the course in Manual Handling.
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We welcome your enquiry. Call us on 1300 OHS RTW (647 789) Monday to Friday for all offices or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org