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Manual Handling legislation requires all employees to have adequate manual handling training which needs to be refreshed on a regular basis.

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Ideally a large part of manual handling training should be practical so that trainees can practice the techniques to be used in the workplace.

Following #manualhandling training, trainees should be able to carry out risk assessments & therefore be able to identify task, load and environmental hazards, decide who may be harmed, evaluate risks, record findings, review and update

Manual Handling training is more than an employer’s box ticking exercise. Find out more in Positive Positioning’s new blog.

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