One day Manual Handling training achieves a CIEH Level 2 Award in the Principles and Practice of Manual Handling or a Didac Ltd qualification.
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH)
Half day Manual Handling training achieves a Didac Ltd Principles of Manual Handling qualification.
|Full Course||0.5 Day||1 Day|
|Refresher||2 Hours||0.5 Day|
|Training is available to|
|All Experience Levels||✓||✓|
|Learners and Assessment|
|Learners||12 Maximum||12 Maximum|
|Theory Training & Assessment||✓||✓|
|Practical Training & Assessment||✗||✓|
|Certificate and Registration|
|Registration Fee (Per Learner)||Free||£11.00 + VAT|
|HSE Regulation Compliance|
|Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 Read more||✓||✓|
|Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Read more||✓||✓|
|The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 Read more||✓||✓|
Price and Training Dates
Manual Handling training prices and availability are dependent upon location as training is delivered on clients' premises.
To receive a quotation, complete the Get-A-Quote form located above including a postcode.
Our sales staff will contact you with full details; we aim to respond within 60 minutes during office hours.
- Manual handling hazards, risks and controls
- How manual handling operations can cause injury and harm
- The scope of legal requirements and where guidance can be found
- The process for assessing manual handling risks
- The value of risk assessment and how it applies to safe Manual handling practice
Who should complete this training
Anyone who as part of their job is involved in:
- Lifting loads from low levels
- Working at low levels
- Lowering from height
- Pushing loads
- Pulling loads
- Team handling
- Repetitive movement
- Incorporate your company’s risk assessments
- Address specific manual handling issues or tasks related to your business
- Didac instructors can introduce and demonstrate lifting aids such as straps and clamp handles
Full Time Training Staff
The following instructors are certified to deliver this course.
Have Didac delivered training to you before? Perhaps you recognise one of our instructors? We often get requests from repeat customers to have the same instructor again. Whenever possible we’ll do our best to fulfil such requests!
From time to time, Didac Ltd use sub-contractors to deliver training courses on our behalf. These sub-contractors are subject to the same detailed quality assurance procedures as our full time employees and hold all the correct insurances.
- Instructor and operator qualifications achieved within the last 5 years;
- Subject to random spot check site visits and auditing of paperwork;
- Public Liability insurance to the value of £5 million cover.
Manual Handling training informs learners that Manual Handling is more than simply lifting objects. Manual Handling includes activities such as pushing and pulling objects or repetitive movements.
The CIEH Manual Handling course looks at how different activities can cause harm and how accidents can be prevented. Manual Handling courses enable learners to undetake risk assessment to make informed decisions about how a lifting, moving or other manual handling activity should be approached.
Risks include trips, slips or other falls caused by obscured vision, overloading or general poor decision making. Manual Handling training courses communicate how these risks should be controlled via proper planning, correct moving and handling technique or seeking assistance from a colleague to minimise the risk of back injury, sprains, strains or other personal injury. Candidates should understand what a reasonable weight, sized object or lifting height for them to lift or move an object is and the techniques that should be used.
Manual Handling course candidates receive beneficial guidance of where they can obtain additional information on Health & Safety, be that online or through an Health and Safety officer within an organisation. Helping employees take charge of their own Health and Safety will serve to create a self improving culture of Health and Safety within an organisation.
Employers have a duty of care that where necessary employees should receive Manual Handling training. As laid out in the Health & Safety At Work Act 1974, once an employee has received proper training and guidance this duty of care has been met.
This responsibility continues, that appropriate equipment including personal protective equipment such as gloves and safety footwear must be supplied for each lifting or moving task. It becomes down to the employee to work by the methods they have been shown during CIEH Manual Handling training, if they decide to ignore this guidance and risk injury the onus of responsibility lies with the individual.