Manual handling means more than just lifting or carrying something. The term 'manual handling' is used to describe a range of activities including lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, carrying, moving, holding or restraining an object, animal or person.
It also covers activities which require the use of force or effort such as pulling a lever, or operating power tools.
Our manual handling training courses can be designed to meet your own specific requirements. We have a range of courses that we can offer employers and PCBUs.
You can compare our manual handling training courses, or we can develop a customised course for you.
Our manual handling trainers use a unique vertebral simulator to demonstrate spine and disc movements. These simulators have been sourced from overseas and are used so that Easy HR course participants are able to visually understand and view the physiology of the spine, as well as common manual handling injuries. The simulators allow course participants to feel and touch a simulation of the vertebra and discs. This facilitates more effective learning and recall.
We will conduct this nationally recognised manual handling course throughout Australia. Our course is linked to the unit of competency TLID1001A.
Our short manual handling training course provides participants with a rounded understanding of manual handling. It considers the legislation, physiology, manual handling code of practice, and the correct way to lift and move items.
This short manual handling training course focuses on the correct way to lift and carry. It provides participants with a very focused manual handling training session.
Compare our manual handling courses in an easy to read table.