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Title: Recognised Safe Lifting and Handling Techniques


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Recognised Safe Lifting and Handling Techniques
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Kinetic Lifting Technique for a Simple Load
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Kinetic Lifting Technique For Lifting a Sack From
the Ground
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Kinetic Lifting Technique for Lifting Sacks From
a Truck
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Kinetic Lifting Technique For a Dual Person Lift
from Ground Level
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Kinetic Lifting Technique, Two Persons and Long
Load
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Kinetic Lifting Technique, Oil Drum
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Kinetic Lifting Technique. One Person, Long Load
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WRONG RIGHT
Kinetic Lifting Technique, Sheets/Boards
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Kinetic Lifting Technique, 2 person
Lift Sheets/Boards
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Kinetic Lifting Technique 2 Person Lift
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Kinetic Lifting Techniques Sacks
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Kinetic Lifting HOW NOT TO DO IT!!
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Timber Sleeper Snips, one person each side, 2
snips per sleeper, 4 people per sleeper
A Selection of Tools for Manual Handling Tasks in
the Rail Environment
Sleeper snips as above, Note only for 8 ft
sleepers, anything larger will require more
automation or more people
De Clipping bars
Rail Tongs
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7 Steps to Safe Lifting - Base Movement
  • 1st Assess the load can you lift it safely?
  • 2nd Place your feet at ten-to-two
  • 3rd BEND you knees
  • 4th Back - KEEP IT STRAIGHT UPRIGHT
  • 5th Neck head keep your chin up.
  • 6th Grip front knee, high hand, far corner
    and back knee, low hand, near corner.
  • 7th Load - hold it in close to your pelvis.
  • Remember use these good principles for lifting
    in different situations and dont stick blindly
    to rules and procedures

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Points to remember
  • Practicing good lifting technique does not enable
    you to lift more than you could before. It means
    that, whatever your individual capabilities, your
    chances of injury are reduced.
  • Good technique is just one of a number of control
    measures, within the hierarchy of control, that
    the employer has to put in place to reduce manual
    handling risks it is not a panacea.
  • This is about a cultural change, about not
    accepting practices because thats the way
    theyve always been done.
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