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Staff Training Pack - Moving and Handling People Theory

Staff Training Pack - Moving and Handling People Theory

Regular price £259.19 inc.VAT
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In this Staff Training Pack you will find the principles to follow to ensure you protect yourself, colleagues and the people that you support and care for from back injuries or any other kinds of injuries attached to poor moving and handling procedures. The knowledge you gain from this pack underpins the practical training you will have to practice correct moving and handling techniques. 

This pack...

•   Meets CQC requirements. Meets the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities).
•   Meets the Care Certificate Standard 13.
•   Provides Evidence for Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care (QCF) unit L2EFAW.
•   Provides Evidence for Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (QCF) unit L2EFAW. 

What does the pack cover?

  1. MOVING AND HANDLING AND HEALTH & SAFETY LAW
  2. Regulations
  3. Codes of Practice
  4. HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK ACT 1974 (HASAWA)
  5. Duties of Employers and Management
  6. MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATIONS 1999.
  7. YOUNG WOMEN OF CHILDBEARING AGE REGULATIONS 1994
  8. YOUNG PERSONS REGULATIONS 1997
  9. MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH & SAFETY AT WORK REGULATIONS 1999
  10. WORKPLACE (HEALTH, SAFETY AND WELFARE) REGULATIONS 1992
  11. MANUAL HANDLING OPERATIONS REGULATIONS 1992
  12. REPORTING INJURIES DISEASES DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES REGULATIONS 1995 (RIDDOR)
  13. LIFTING OPERATIONS & LIFTING EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS 1998 (LOLER)
  14. PROVISION AND USE OF WORK EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS 1998(PUWER)
  15. RISK ASSESSMENT
  16. Definitions
  17. Purpose1
  18. Severity rating of Hazards
  19. Probability rating of a hazard
  20. Hazardous situations may involve
  21. Good assessments will result in
  22. The five steps to risk assessment
  23. What has to be assessed?
  24. How should it be implemented?
  25. Who should carry out the assessment?
  26. Why bother? with Moving & Handling Training Cost benefit analysis
  27. Control measures to reduce risk
  28. ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY INVOLVED IN MOVING AND HANDLING
  29. The Skeletal System
  30. The Spine
  31. The Muscular System
  32. The Circulatory System
  33. The Nervous System
  34. Causes of Back Pain
  35. Exercise
  36. Rest
  37. Hints for practical moving and handling
  38. UNSAFE MOVES

What's included in the Double DVD/CD Pack?

The DVD includes:
•  Power Point presentation viewable on your PC, Mac or TV via a DVD player.

The CD includes:
•  Comprehensive printable staff training knowledge workbook.
•  Power Point presentation of workbook.
•  Printable training question sheets.
•  Printable training answer sheets.
•  Printable Certificate.

Certificates can be presented to your staff when they successfully complete their training. 

How do I use the Training Pack?

Step 1
Purchase your chosen pack or packs, duplicate the knowledge work book and give to your staff / learners or, use the powerpoint presentation to deliver a more visual training or, a combination of both.

Step 2
Mark the completed question sheets.

Step 3
Certificate all successful learners.