Manual Handling Training
for Care Workers


This 6 hour workshop provides participants with the opportunity to cover the theoretical aspects of manual handling including, assessing risk of injury and implementing controls to reduce the risk of injury. It includes:

  • Reducing the risk of musculoskeletal injury

  • Correct use of hoists and slings, transfer belts and flat slide sheets

  • Legal requirements

  • Professional guidance

  • Ergonomics*

  • Moving & handling risk assessment principles

  • Spinal awareness & body posture

  • Recognition & performance of good handling practice

Who is this for?

For Service Providers, Support Workers and Carers, course covers how to safely perform hazardous manual tasks in the workplace.


This ‘Manual Handling’ course will provide you with an understanding of hazardous manual tasks in the workplace and the methods used to minimise the risk of injury to workers.

This course covers:

  • An introduction to Manual Handling

  • Policies and guidelines

  • Manual Handling techniques

  • Correct use of equipment

  • Lifting safely

  • Manual Handling injuries

  • Safe transfer of clients


In line with encouraging safer handling of people, by the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Identify best practices for client care ergonomics

  • Assess solutions for safe client handling & movements

  • Identify hazards in client care settings

  • Formulate strategies for reducing risk to caregivers


Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be issued with a Certificate of Completion.


Discounts are available for multiple bookings. Please contact us on (02) 8076 4774.

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