Manual Handling 4th June 2015

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The NAS Centre offers Manual Handling training courses at our purpose built training facility.  We use the most up to date equipment and techniques, provide participants with the necessary skills and information to care for their backs using a minimal lifting policy.

Course Content:

  • Definition of Manual Handling
  • Legal aspects of Manual Handling
  • Structure and injury of the Spine
  • Risk assessment
  • Fitness and flexibility
  • Principles of safer moving and handling

The practical aspects of the course include:

Inanimate Lifting

Lifting a load from:

  • Floor to Floor
  • Bench to Bench
  • Bench to height
  • Pulling/Pushing
  • Team handling

There is also plenty of time for questions and participants are free to request any further practical skills they wish to include.

Manual Handling & Patient Handling June 4th 2015

June 4th 2015 10:00am

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The NAS Centre offer Manual Handling and Patient Handling training courses at our purpose built training facility.  We offer patient handling using the most up to date equipment and techniques, provide participants with the necessary skills and information to care for patients and clients using a minimal lifting policy.

 

Course Content:

  • Definition of Manual Handling
  • Legal aspects of Manual Handling
  • Structure and injury of the Spine
  • Risk assessment
  • Fitness and flexibility
  • Principles of safer moving and handling

The practical aspects of the course include:

Inanimate Lifting

Lifting a load from:

  • Floor to Floor
  • Bench to Bench
  • Bench to height
  • Pulling/Pushing
  • Team handling

Patient Handling techniques can include:

  • Log rolling
  • Sitting patient up in bed (3 techniques)
  • Turning patient in bed using sliding sheets
  • Moving patient up the bed using sliding sheets
  • Sitting Patient to edge of bed
  • Standing patient
  • Transferring patient from bed to chair using various methods
  • The falling patient
  • Trolley Transfers
  • Use of hoists

Other techniques can be included and we can adapt the content of the patient handling to suit individual requirements.

Manual Handling June 16th 2015

June 16th 2015 10:00am

  • JUNE 4TH 2015 10:00AMmanual-handling

The NAS Centre offers Manual Handling training courses at our purpose built training facility.  We use the most up to date equipment and techniques, provide participants with the necessary skills and information to care for their backs using a minimal lifting policy.

Course Content:

  • Definition of Manual Handling
  • Legal aspects of Manual Handling
  • Structure and injury of the Spine
  • Risk assessment
  • Fitness and flexibility
  • Principles of safer moving and handling

The practical aspects of the course include:

Inanimate Lifting

Lifting a load from:

  • Floor to Floor
  • Bench to Bench
  • Bench to height
  • Pulling/Pushing
  • Team handling

There is also plenty of time for questions and participants are free to request any further practical skills they wish to include.

Manual handling May 27th 2015

May 27th 2015 10:00am
manual-handling

The NAS Centre offers Manual Handling training courses at our purpose built training facility.  We use the most up to date equipment and techniques, provide participants with the necessary skills and information to care for their backs using a minimal lifting policy.

Course Content:

  • Definition of Manual Handling
  • Legal aspects of Manual Handling
  • Structure and injury of the Spine
  • Risk assessment
  • Fitness and flexibility
  • Principles of safer moving and handling

The practical aspects of the course include:

Inanimate Lifting

Lifting a load from:

  • Floor to Floor
  • Bench to Bench
  • Bench to height
  • Pulling/Pushing
  • Team handling

There is also plenty of time for questions and participants are free to request any further practical skills they wish to include.

People Moving Workshop for Family Carers May 26th 2015

May 26th 2015 at 2pm

Workshop content:

  • Looking after your back
  • Safe moving techniques
  • Equipment demonstrations and practice
  • Hoist workshop

 

Techniques covered—

 

 

  • Chair to Chair Transfers
  • Care of a person in bed — log rolls, sitting and re-positioning
  • Standing a person
  • Use of equipment (Wheelchairs, sliding sheets, transfer boards)
  • Hoist demonstration and practice

Manual Handling & Patient Handling 16th June 2015

16th  June 2015 10:00-16:00
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The NAS Centre offer Manual Handling and Patient Handling training courses at our purpose built training facility. We offer patient handling using the most up to date equipment and techniques, provide participants with the necessary skills and information to care for patients and clients using a minimal lifting policy.

Course Content:

  • Definition of Manual Handling
  • Legal aspects of Manual Handling
  • Structure and injury of the Spine
  • Risk assessment
  • Fitness and flexibility
  • Principles of safer moving and handling

The practical aspects of the course include:

Inanimate Lifting

Lifting a load from:

  • Floor to Floor
  • Bench to Bench
  • Bench to height
  • Pulling/Pushing
  • Team handling

Patient Handling techniques can include:

  • Log rolling
  • Sitting patient up in bed (3 techniques)
  • Turning patient in bed using sliding sheets
  • Moving patient up the bed using sliding sheets
  • Sitting Patient to edge of bed
  • Standing patient
  • Transferring patient from bed to chair using various methods
  • The falling patient
  • Trolley Transfers
  • Use of hoists

Other techniques can be included and we can adapt the content of the patient handling to suit individual requirements.