This accredited course – TLID1001A Shift Materials Safely Using Manual Handling Methods – is partial completion of Certificate I in the Transport and Logistics Training Package TLI10
Manual handling is a major contribution to the social and economic cost of injury and illness in NSW and indeed Australian workplaces. It has been estimated that one third of all compensable injuries within Australia are due to poor manual handling.
Both employees and employers are increasingly aware of the importance of ensuring the right to a safe and healthy workplace by incorporating prevention of manual handling injuries into their management systems.
Managing manual handling, like other workplace health and safety issues, requires a systematic approach and relies heavily for its day to day implementation on the understanding, support and commitment of all employees and supervisors. For implementation to be effective, appropriate training will be required setting out responsibilities procedures and consultation.
The purpose of this training is to provide participants with the basic knowledge and skills to participate in the process of identifying, assessing and controlling manual handling risks.
Aimed at managers, supervisors and employees, on successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Describe the legislation and Code of Practice relating to manual handling
- Describe what happens to the body during manual handling activity
- Participate in hazard identification and risk assessment
- Assess manual handling tasks in the workplace
- Communicate effectively with respect to manual handling legislation
Duration of the Course
Half day – approximately 4 hours
A Statement of Attainment is provided by Safetalk for each successful participant on completion of
Two (2) hour Refresher Training
(Certificate of Attendance issued)
This course is on site training only – for a maximum number of 10 people per session
A purchase order is required to secure the booking and an invoice is issued for full payment.