Manual Handling & Load Securing Techniques certificate Course

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This course will help your organization reduce the number of Musculus skeletal Disorders (MSDs), associated with Manual Handling, which is the most commonly reported type of work-related ill health. Every organization has potentially harmful manual handling tasks, this is why manual handling training and awareness plays such a central role in occupational safety. Manual Material Handling (MMH) is an important application of ergonomic principles that especially addresses back injury prevention. However, safe loading is for any type of cargo that must be contained or secured and safely placed in/at the vehicles. The load must be properly secured to prevent danger to personnel, public, and even the driver that’s transporting the materials..We are glad to welcome you to the website of PRIT Private Limited.Professional Revolutionary Institute of Technology Private Limited is approved and accredited by the numerous International & national Diploma, Qualification & Certification awarding bodies.We are the Pioneer organization which is issuing Same Certificate/Diploma in five languages English, French, Chinese, Arabic & Urdu.(This is only applicable on PRIT Qualifications).International and Other organization’s certificates will be in English.A good thing is that anyone can apply for admission from any part of the world.

Course Outline:

• Introduction
• Define Manual Material Handling (MMH)
• Identify five types of MMH activities
• Back injury statistics
• General causes of back injury
• Injury prevention: Maintain posture
• Factors that influence MMH
• Safe lifting guidelines
• Implement safe lifting plan
• Define safe loading
• Roles and responsibility of management, operation personnel, and drivers
• Identify and prevent unsafe loading
• Ten commandments for safe loading
• Identify vehicles for different cargo loads
• Types of headboards
• Load securing equipment
• Stacking/placement of cargoes
• Load restraint principles