Manual Handling Courses
Manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work and causes over a third of all workplace injuries including work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) such as upper and lower limb pain/disorders, joint and repetitive strain injuries.
Why conduct manual handling training?
More staff than ever are injuring their backs at work and pursing their employers as a result.
Back problems account for one-third of all workers' absence in the UK alone. The Manual Handling Operations Regulations place a duty on every employer to reduce the potential injury from manual handling operations - training your staff to handle objects and people safely can reduce the risk of injury to staff and keep your organisation’s costs down in the long run.
Level 3 Manual Handling Trainers
The Level 3 Manual Handling Trainers course has been designed for those who train others in manual handling.
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Great but a lot of reading
To much reading which is very boring and mundane and can hurt the eyes (not very health & safety). More videos or interaction with the tutors would be helpful. But excellent communication from the team when needed.Trusted Customer - 22-01-2021
NEBOSH General Certificate Online Course
Course is very hard, a lot of research to be done to past.Trusted Customer - 22-01-2021
Well structured course with plenty of additonal resources provided to ensure content is understood.Kerry - 22-01-2021
IEMA Foundation Certificate Online Course
Well structured course with additonal resource provided to ensure content is understood.Kerry - 22-01-2021
Very good online course,q
I am totally impressed about the course, it gave me brief ideas about Health and Safety and how to take precautions. I will definitely take another course with ASTUTIS and suggest everyone to take from ASTUTIS.Ellis Melvin Do Rosario - 20-07-2020
IOSH Managing Safely Online Course
IOSH course which I about to complete, which it gives me support to my CV as well as improve my knowledge.Ellis Melvin Do Rosario - 20-07-2020