There are numerous occasions in the healthcare and social work fields where you or your staff members may need to physically handle or move a service user. This most commonly occurs when dealing with people who have health or mobility issues.
It is critical to learn how to handle people in your care in a safe and proper manner. It not only ensures that your employees are healthy and injury-free while at work, but it also ensures that all of your service users are treated with dignity and respect.
This course is designed to teach you everything you need to know about people handling.
It starts with a brief introduction to the topic, followed by a review of the relevant legislation.
Following that, it discusses the significance of conducting risk assessments.
The use of safe equipment comes next. This section expands on previously introduced legislation to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the subject.
Finally, we go over the best practises to remember whenever you move or handle a person
- Why is personnel training so important in any organisation where someone may require physical assistance?
- The various pieces of legislation that you should examine
- When working in an organisation where people must be handled, there are two types of risks.
- Here are some examples of the types of equipment you might encounter when moving or handling people.
- A brief overview of the best practises to remember when dealing with people.
- How to Recognize Hazards and Risks
- When it comes to people handling, learning about the employee and employer responsibilities is essential.
- Understanding the two types of risks you may face when working with people
- Understanding PUWER and LOLER, as well as their applications
- Understanding what steps you must take before dealing with a person
- Understanding the various types of transfers in which you may be involved
Unit 01: Moving, Handling & the Law
Unit 02: Risk Assessments
Unit 03: Safe Equipment Use
Unit 04: Best Practices
There are no prerequisites to enrol in the courses.
Depending on the instructional modules, each course has a different length. It is indicated in the course details for each course.
Modules make up the course structure. The average study time for each module is between 20 and 90 minutes. The amount of time spent on each module is entirely up to the individual pupils.
Any internet-connected device can be used to study the course at any time.
There would be an MCQ Multiple Choice Questionnaire test after all the modules were completed. The questions must be answered online at a time and place of your choosing, and they will be drawn from the modules.
The test’s passing score is 70 percent.
If the user didn’t pass the exam the first time, he/ she will have more chances to retake it after additional study. The exam can be taken more than once.