Manual Handling Course (Back Injury Prevention and Correct Lifting Techniques)

Manual Handling Course (Back Injury Prevention and Correct Lifting Techniques) from Dr Mac Chiropractic

By: Dr Mac Chiropractic  09-Aug-2011
Keywords: Health Care, Back Pain, Chiropractor

A third of all injuries in the workplace are the result of lifting or handling heavy or awkward loads. Injuries vary from mild aches and pains, to permanent disability and compensation. This is a hazard common to every workplace, whether it be an office, retails shop floor, warehouse, showroom, factory or construction site. The course is designed to provide the skills and knowledge required to perform manual lifting and handling operations competently and safely in a work environment.

Keywords: Back Pain, Chiropractic, Chiropractic Care, Chiropractor, Health Care, Manual Handling Course Safe Lifting Practices & Techniques, Nervous System,

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