Our in-house training gives the assurance that the quality and safety of our services leads to clientâs wellbeing. We believe that people learn best when theyâre engaged with training activities and been engaged. The classroom environment provides the important âhuman touch,â which is often missing in technology-based training. Group interaction enhances learning. Employees learn from one another as well as from the trainer. The group setting also teaches employees how to interact with one another in a professional, productive, cooperative way, which is something that other forms of training often donât provide.
Other benefits of Class room training are cost savings, more focused, reduced travel time, convenient and team building.
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Manual Handling Training
As an employer, may need to do to protect employees from the risk of injury through manual handling tasks in the workplace. It will also be useful to employees and their representatives.
The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992, as amended in 2002 (âthe Regulationsâ) apply to a wide range of manual handling activities, including lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling or carrying. The load may be either animate, such as a person or an animal, or inanimate, such as a box or a trolley. Whatâs the problem?
Incorrect manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work. It causes work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) which account for over a third of all workplace injuries.
Manual handling injuries can happen anywhere people are at work â on farms and building sites, in factories, offices, warehouses, hospitals, banks, laboratories, and while making deliveries.
The areas covered by this training:
- Manual Handling (The Legal Aspects)
- The Body & What can go wrong during Manual Handling
- Principles of Safe Moving & Handling
- In House Policy & Assessments
- Practical Training Session
- The practical training session covered the following:
- Individual from the floor
- Individual from chair to chair / toilet / commode
- Individual movement in bed
- Individual wheelchair to chair
- Individual bathroom requirements
- Individual general mobility
- Use of Hoist
Basic Life Support
What is First Aid?
First aid is the care given to a casualty before professional help arrives. It can come from a member of the family, a friend, or a stranger who happens to be on the spot, but the help they give can literally mean the difference between life and death. The aims of first aid are to preserve life; to prevent the worsening of any injuries; and to promote recovery.
Why do I need to know about First Aid?
It takes only three to four minutes for a blocked airway to kill someone, but it can take more than eight minutes for an ambulance to arrive on the scene. A simple procedure like opening an airway can save someoneâs life while you are waiting for professional help to arrive.
Most accidents happen in the home - 2.8 million. In fact, you are 20 times more likely to have a fatal accident at home than win the lottery. This means you are more likely to treat someone you know than a stranger.
Our training includes:
- Knowing what action should be taken in the event of an emergency occurring at work
- Has been taught and practiced cardiopulmonary resuscitation methods
- Has been taught and practiced dealing with an unconscious casualty
- Has been taught and practiced with regard to correct AED use
- Knowing the correct actions to take with regard to control of wounds and bleeding
- Knowing the action to take on a range of other first aid situations
- Knowing how first aid stocks should be maintained and the contents of boxes
- Level 2 certificate