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Hazardous Manual Handling

Duration: 4 hours

Aim: To provide an understanding of responsibilities under the OHS Regulations 2017 and enable participants to improve productivity and comfort by using ergonomic techniques.

Key Areas Covered:

  • Legal Definitions for manual handling; hazardous manual handling and musculoskeletal disorder
  • Responsibilities of employers and employees
  • Causes of Injuries and long term health effects
  • Hazard identification, risk factors and principal areas of risk
  • Conducting a manual handling risk assessment
  • Risk Control strategies and undertaking a review

Target Audience: All employees and employers involved in manual handling tasks in their daily operations.

This course is one of our publicly run courses. Please refer to our public training dates for this course below:

 

 
Hazardous Manual Handling Training
 
Times: 8:30am - 12:30pm.
Cost: $165.00 per person (Including GST, comprehensive course notes & catering).
Dates Location and Course Code Book
Monday 31st July Notting Hill 17-0107 Not Available
Monday 9th October Notting Hill 17-0108 Book

 

This course can also be run just for you at your workplace.

If you are interested you can contact us on 1800 429 266 or on email: training@hazcon.com.au

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