Provide your employees with the key information they need to know about manual handling, with this short and insightful Health & Safety – Manual Handling video.
Our Manual Handling video is perfect for inductions, training courses, team meetings, hosting on your intranet or placing on company digital signage screens. It provides your employees with everything they need for a basic overview and understanding of key manual handling information and serves as a useful reminder about general health and safety in the workplace.
Take a look at the complete Manual Handling video you will receive instantly, if you purchase now:
(all watermarks removed with purchased product and there are no references to Trainer Bubble).
Upon purchase, you will be provided with a link to the video, which you can download immediately. The Manual Handling video comes as an .mp4 and there is a version with subtitles and without.
PLEASE NOTE: The video you receive is exactly as shown above, excluding the watermark.
You can easily add this video to a PowerPoint presentation, deliver it directly from a laptop or PC and even upload it to your Intranet, Learning Management System or Digital Signage and provide it for all employees.
The Manual Handling Video covers the following key points…
- What manual handling means – lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing and pulling
- Assessing the risks of manual handling tasks
- Factors that create risks of injury or harm
- How twisting, bending or stretching can add to the risks
- Reducing the risks with mechanical assistance or reducing/sharing the load
- Assessing the route and task prior to starting
This Manual Handling video covers the key concepts of health and safety when dealing with loads and will help ensure your employees have a full understanding of the topic.
Please note: Purchasing this video gives you complete rights of use within your organisation. However, it should not be uploaded to public video services such as YouTube, or sold to other businesses.
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