This manual handling course, by leading occupational safety trainers at ORT, ensures that you are complying with regulations and helps staff to stay safe and healthy in the workplace. ORT deliver our manual handling courses in Cork City, County Cork and nationwide across Ireland.
Incorrect manual handling of loads is one of the most common causes of injury at work, accounting for nearly one third of all reported accidents. The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work, (General Applications) Regulations (2007) were introduced to help minimise the risk from manual handling operations. A requirement of these regulations is that employees are suitably informed and capable of performing manual handling operations. This manual handling course covers everything your staff need to know to handle goods in the workplace in a safe and effective manner.
Our fresh approach to employee welfare, in accordance with HSA guidance, is achieved through FETAC instructor standards. This manual handling course is designed to satisfy the training and awareness compliance requirements of relevant legislation and regulations. All successful participants will receive a Manual Handling Guide, along with a Manual Handling Certificate (valid for 3 years).
In addition to our manual handling course, Occupational Resuscitation Training (ORT) are established leaders in the provision of first aid training, fire safety training and health and safety courses throughout Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford.
If you’re looking for an accredited training provider that deliver bespoke training which is tailored to your needs, browse our website to see our range of occupational training programmes.
Our courses ensure compliance with regulations and help to keep people and environments safe. Safety committee training helps to prevent accidents and ill-health and work, and ensures compliance with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. Fire safety training and fire warden courses are designed to meet obligations that all staff receive regular training in the use of workplace safety equipment. Ergonomic assessment training provides participants with the skills and knowledge to design workplaces which are safe and productive.
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