Manual Handling and Ergonomics is about fitting the work area or task to the person. There is a need to design workplace equipment and procedures to limit fatigue, discomfort and injury while also ensuring efficient work practice.
Ergonomics and Manual Handling can include any or all of the following:
The assessor will check the setup and dynamics of the person’s workplace to ensure that good ergonomic principles are employed and that the risk of injury is minimised. Our comprehensive report will specify practical solutions to reduce the risk of injury and make your workplace a healthier place to be.
Are sprains and strains a regular occurrence on your incident reports? Our manual handling training will equip your team with the necessary skills to help prevent manual handling type injuries.