Training in a Nutshell – Level 3 Manual Handling Trainers

This special #OSHtober edition of Training in a Nutshell is looking at one of our most popular and prestigious courses, RoSPA Qualifications Level 3 Manual Handling Trainers course.  As usual, we’ll be outlining key benefits, course content and how to convince your boss to invest in tstack-a-truck-iconhe course. All in less than 300 words!

 

Level 3 Manual Handling Trainers

  • In a tweet:  Get the knowledge and skills to train others in the workplace on manual handling”

 

It’s for you if…

  • You have responsibility for training others in manual handling techniques
  • You have previous manual handling training experience

 

6 key benefits:

  • Discover the principles and practice of manual handling risk assessments in the workplace
  • Learn how to conduct a dynamic risk assessment prior to undertaking manual handling tasks
  • Develop a session plan for a manual handling training based on a training needs analysis of your  workplacetitle screen-01
  • Learn how to train others to apply efficient movement principles and safe practice to the movement of loads
  • Gain the skills required to provide learner feedback and evaluate a manual handling training session
  • Gain a level 3 qualification!

 

Course Content

  • Understanding the principles of manual handling in the workplace
  • Manual Handling Regulations 1992 and associated legislation
  • Application of efficient movement principles to routine loads, non-routine loads, pushing and pulling and team handling
  • Application of safe practices to manual handling activities
  • Principles of manual handling risk assessment
  • Application of efficient movement principles to routine loads, non-routine loads, pushing and pulling and team handling

 

What do I tell my boss?

Having a qualified manual handling trainer can help minimise the incidence of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) in our organisation and help ensure we have a healthier workforce.”

 

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