Our short online manual handling training courses are for anyone who performs manual handling as part of their job.
Quickly get certified and ensure compliance with UK Health and Safety Legislation. Our manual handling training course is just 35 minutes, after which you can gain certification. Our Manual Handling (including tyres) training course is just 40 minutes.
If you or your employees are involved in lifting goods of any type then this course is for you. It will quickly teach you how to safely carry out manual handling tasks. All levels of staff will benefit from learning how to look after their backs when lifting - it explains the 'LITE' technique (Load. Individual. Task. Environment.) designed to prompt consideration of each area of the task at hand in order to carry this out safely.
These training courses can be carried out at home or in an office environment where there's no need to travel to a classroom or set huge amounts of time aside for completion. You can learn manual handling techniques in the comfort of your own home, in your own time. You won't be sharing a space with many other people and you'll have the chance to think about learning rather than being otherwise distracted. There's no travel time and no chance of a course being cancelled at the last minute.
Our manual handling courses are so competitively priced, you don't need to think about getting to a classroom where indirectly you're paying for room hire, instructor hire and heating costs. You don't need any special software and your certification can be received on successful completion.
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