Learning Manager's Ergonomics & Manual Handling course examines the seemingly benign tasks and situations that can threaten health and safety in the workplace. Workers will learn how to arrange office equipment to reduce stress on the body, and how to undertake manual tasks without causing injuries.
The course has two modules that are completed online at the learner's convenience, with assessments and results given at the end of the course. Other features include a glossary of key terms, a help menu, and a bookmark function.
- The five aspects of ergonomics
- Ergonomics in work environments
- The ergonomics of computer usage
- What is manual handling
- Risk & injuries associated with manual tasks
- Good handling techniques
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Work Health & Safety - Ergonomics & Manual Handling course flyer.
* Please note: In Victoria, 'Work Health & Safety (WHS)' is referred to as 'Occupational Health and Safety (OHS)', pursuant to the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 and in Western Australia, 'Work Health & Safety (WHS)' is referred to as 'Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)' pursuant to the
Occupational Safety and health Act 1984.