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Manual Handling

Manual Handling Course every Friday @ 1630hrs in our offices in Harbourville House, Mornington – just web search ‘noel kelly safety’ to see location, Prior booking is required with any major credit card or payment on the day as agreed.
Cost €50 which includes laminated certificate on the day – a detailed Manual Handling Manual for further reading and study will be issued to all students.
Groups can be arranged in the clients premises call Noel to find out prices etc.
Instructor is Noel Kelly Fetac Level 6 Instructor for Manual Handling and has been providing Manual Handling training and Ergonomic Risk Assessment since 1997.
Terms – Every Friday – Subject to numbers
Key words, Manual Handling Drogheda, Louth, Meath, Mornington.
Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations defines ‘manual handling of loads’ as:
‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’
Avoid Manual Handling where possible.
Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:
Take appropriate organisational measures, or
Use the appropriate means, in particular mechanical equipment
Click to view the HSA Guide to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, Chapter 4 of Part 2: Manual Handling of Loads
Course Details
To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff engaged in manual handling must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. It is of 3 hours duration.
Who should attend?
All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day
Course Objectives
On completion of this course participants will be able to:
Lift and handle loads safely
Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward
Course Programme
Dangers of careless and unskilled methods
Principles of levers and laws of motion
Anatomy of the spine and muscular system
How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques
How to handle loads safely
Lifting to and from ground level
Lifting to and from a height
Pushing
Pulling
Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)
Other organisation specific lifting tasks
Competence testing
Methods of Training: This course combines lecture methods with “hands-on” discussions on different types of materials.
Pre-Course Requirements: Information will be provided on request.
Assessment/Certification: Each participant will be assessed on their practical manual handling techniques. A completed manual handling assessment form for each participant will be supplied to the participant.
Note: The person must assess all loads, areas and tasks to perform in the work place, the manual handling course cannot foresee all poor ergonomic conditions and every load to move, lift, push or pull will be different. It will be explained on the course that the person must assess the load and if to heavy or if the person is unable to lift it they must inform their supervisor.
Duration: 3 Hour

Manual handling

Manual Handling Course every Friday @ 1630hrs in our offices in Harbourville House, Mornington – just web search ‘noel kelly safety’ to see location, Prior booking is required with any major credit card or payment on the day as agreed.
Cost €50 which includes laminated certificate on the day – a detailed Manual Handling Manual for further reading and study will be issued to all students.
Groups can be arranged in the clients premises call Noel to find out prices etc.
Instructor is Noel Kelly Fetac Level 6 Instructor for Manual Handling and has been providing Manual Handling training and Ergonomic Risk Assessment since 1997.
Terms – Every Friday – Subject to numbers
Key words, Manual Handling Drogheda, Louth, Meath, Mornington.
Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations defines ‘manual handling of loads’ as:
‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’
Avoid Manual Handling where possible.
Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:
Take appropriate organisational measures, or
Use the appropriate means, in particular mechanical equipment
Click to view the HSA Guide to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, Chapter 4 of Part 2: Manual Handling of Loads
Course Details
To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff engaged in manual handling must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. It is of 3 hours duration.
Who should attend?
All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day
Course Objectives
On completion of this course participants will be able to:
Lift and handle loads safely
Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward
Course Programme
Dangers of careless and unskilled methods
Principles of levers and laws of motion
Anatomy of the spine and muscular system
How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques
How to handle loads safely
Lifting to and from ground level
Lifting to and from a height
Pushing
Pulling
Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)
Other organisation specific lifting tasks
Competence testing
Methods of Training: This course combines lecture methods with “hands-on” discussions on different types of materials.
Pre-Course Requirements: Information will be provided on request.
Assessment/Certification: Each participant will be assessed on their practical manual handling techniques. A completed manual handling assessment form for each participant will be supplied to the participant.
Note: The person must assess all loads, areas and tasks to perform in the work place, the manual handling course cannot foresee all poor ergonomic conditions and every load to move, lift, push or pull will be different. It will be explained on the course that the person must assess the load and if to heavy or if the person is unable to lift it they must inform their supervisor.
Duration: 3 Hour

Manual handling

Manual Handling Course every Friday @ 1630hrs in our offices in Harbourville House, Mornington – just web search ‘noel kelly safety’ to see location, Prior booking is required with any major credit card or payment on the day as agreed.
Cost €50 which includes laminated certificate on the day – a detailed Manual Handling Manual for further reading and study will be issued to all students.
Groups can be arranged in the clients premises call Noel to find out prices etc.
Instructor is Noel Kelly Fetac Level 6 Instructor for Manual Handling and has been providing Manual Handling training and Ergonomic Risk Assessment since 1997.
Terms – Every Friday – Subject to numbers
Key words, Manual Handling Drogheda, Louth, Meath, Mornington.
Regulation 68 of the 2007 regulations defines ‘manual handling of loads’ as:
‘any transporting or supporting of a load by one or more employees and includes lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying, or moving a load, which, by reason of its characteristics or of unfavourable ergonomic conditions, involves risk, particularly of back injury, to employees.’
Avoid Manual Handling where possible.
Regulation 69(a) of the 2007 Regulations states that, in order to avoid the need for manual handling of loads by employees, every employer must:
Take appropriate organisational measures, or
Use the appropriate means, in particular mechanical equipment
Click to view the HSA Guide to the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, Chapter 4 of Part 2: Manual Handling of Loads
Course Details
To comply with current Health and Safety legislation, staff engaged in manual handling must be given training in safe manual handling techniques. This training will show your staff how to carry out manual handling tasks correctly and therefore avoid back injuries. By training your staff how to conduct manual handling safely you are complying with your legal requirements. Back injuries caused by incorrect manual handling techniques are one of the most frequent causes of workers compensation claims. This is not an instructors’ course. It is of 3 hours duration.
Who should attend?
All staff engaged in manual handling activities during their working day
Course Objectives
On completion of this course participants will be able to:
Lift and handle loads safely
Recognise a load which is too heavy or awkward
Course Programme
Dangers of careless and unskilled methods
Principles of levers and laws of motion
Anatomy of the spine and muscular system
How the body is harmed through incorrect handling techniques
How to handle loads safely
Lifting to and from ground level
Lifting to and from a height
Pushing
Pulling
Lifting (bags, sacks, barrels, where appropriate)
Other organisation specific lifting tasks
Competence testing
Methods of Training: This course combines lecture methods with “hands-on” discussions on different types of materials.
Pre-Course Requirements: Information will be provided on request.
Assessment/Certification: Each participant will be assessed on their practical manual handling techniques. A completed manual handling assessment form for each participant will be supplied to the participant.
Note: The person must assess all loads, areas and tasks to perform in the work place, the manual handling course cannot foresee all poor ergonomic conditions and every load to move, lift, push or pull will be different. It will be explained on the course that the person must assess the load and if to heavy or if the person is unable to lift it they must inform their supervisor.
Duration: 3 Hour

C19 Compliance officer training

Course Content includes:

  • Information on C 19
  • Controls to prevent infection
  • At risk groups
  • Recovery
  • General hygiene precautions
  • Legislation
  • Management Strategy
  • Return to work and procedures
  • Travelling to and from the work site
  • Site access and egress
  • Inductions
  • Signage
  • Cleaning arrangements
  • Site office arrangements
  • Welfare
  • Walkways
  • Close contact work
  • First aid
  • C 19 Compliance officer role and duties
  • Q&A

The C 19 Compliance officer training is delivered on ZOOM*, at the time slots below starting on Monday 11/05/2020 every day, the course will take approx. 2.5 hrs.

This course will continue in the weeks following 16/05/2020, again just contact me for dates and times.

To book the C 19 Compliance officer course just call Noel Kelly Safety Services on 0419842668 or 086 3743166. The cost of the course is €65.00 payable by card on booking*, pick your preferred date and time and I will send the invitation. There are limited numbers per course, if you or your company would like to complete a private ZOOM* session that can be arranged outside the times and dates above.

If you need any assistance with on-site visits, for toolbox talks, inductions, updating safety statements and RAMS for C19 Compliance just contact me.

All persons entering a construction site must complete the CIF, 10 minute on line C 19 induction at https://cif.ie/induction/ you will receive a digital card which you save to you phone. The on-site checking of a person’s digital card is the duty of the C 19 Compliance officer.

Consider your project, depending on shifts, week end work, or larger projects two or more C 19 Compliance officers might be required

*Microsoft Teams will be used for some clients.

*Accounts, PO numbers required