This training will give your employees simple steps to make sure they stay free from back injury, including staying within your safety zone, proper grasping and lifting, load awareness, reverse stretching and the mechanical advantage.
Help improve awareness and cultivate individual responsibility when it comes to back safety issues. This program covers basic anatomy of the back, warning signs of potential injury, risk factors, and most importantly, preventive measures.
Back pain and injuries are costly to both the employees that suffer from them, and their employers. Prevent these pesky back problems before they start with this new release training product on Safe Lifting practices. Ensure that employees know how to lift and carry safely.
While EMTs, firefighters and law enforcement officers take care of others, it's up to you to have their back. The solid safety techniques and exercises demonstrated in this training will help them keep their back muscles strong and flexible.
Whether you have a physically demanding job, one that requires lifting or bending, or you have a less active one, such as sitting behind a desk, the potential for injuring your back is very real. Using a fresh and humorous approach, this interesting and engaging training covers the dangers your back faces every day on the job.
This informative program teaches workers how to "head off" back pain by using their heads and always being aware of how to protect their back from injury, through careful lifting and invigorating exercise.
Don’t let sprains and sprains affect productivity in your workplace. Make sure that your workers understand the importance of proper body mechanics and prevent bad lifting habits amongst employees with this training.
Help workers lighten the load with ergonomics training that can reduce strain and take away pain. This short but impactful training explains how to reduce stress through a sound understanding of basic ergonomics.
This training program incorporates requirements of the California OSHA Ergonomics Standard (Article 106, section 5110) with common-sense ergonomics procedures to help your employees work safer and smarter.