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Covered in this course
This training course is broken down into 5 sections
- 1 You and Your Back
- 2 Preparation
- 3 Manual Handling
- 4 Moving and Lifting TYRES
- 5 Conclusion
In this section we look at how our backs work and how poor Manual Handling technique can cause and contribute to illness and injury.
What is the LITE procedure?
LITE stands for Load, Individual, Task, Environment. These four things are all important whenever you prepare to lift or move a load. You must assess the potential problems before you start!
This section contains step-by-step guides to safe lifting, including lifting from the floor, lifting from waist height, team lifts and pushing and pulling.
This is the specialised section, specifically added to cover lifting and moving tyres. It includes small tyres, large tyres and tractor tyres, 2-man lifts and team lifts.
This is the final slide before the test. It summarises the training and emphasises that it doesn't matter where you lift - it could be at work, it could be while you're out somewhere, it could be while you're at home - but wherever you are you need to put proper lifting techniques into practice, or you risk seriously damaging your back!
About this course
Being competent in safe Manual Handling is a legal requirement for your workplace, and this course provides everything you need to know - specifically addressing the task of moving and lifting tyres.
This Manual Handling course introduces the importance of safe manual handling in the workplace; essentially, this means the task of moving, lifting and transporting potentially heavy objects. It covers safe techniques for moving and lifting (including LITE), as well as looking at the anatomy of your back - helping you understand why it is so important to adopt best practice for lifting heavy or awkwardly shaped objects.
An estimated 909,000 working days are lost every year due to poor manual handling techniques. Poor manual handling also contributes to around 24% of injuries reported to RIDDOR. Ensure best practices and understand responsibilities for both employees and employers with our online course - It only takes 40 minutes to complete!
This course is an extended version of our best-selling Manual Handling Training programme, and is particularly suited to those working around tyres; whether it's mechanics, tyre manufacturers or fleet managers.
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Manual Handling inc Tyres certificate
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Each of our courses ends with a multiple choice test to measure your knowledge of the material.
This Manual Handling including Tyres Training course concludes with a 20 question multiple choice test with a printable certificate. In addition, brief in-course questions guide the user through the sections of the training and are designed to reinforce learning and ensure maximum user engagement throughout.
As well as printable user certificates, training progress and results are all stored centrally in your LMS (Learning Management System) and can be accessed any time to reprint certificates, check and set pass marks and act as proof of a commitment to ongoing legal compliance.
What does my certificate include?
Your Manual Handling including Tyres Training Certificate includes your name, company name (if applicable), name of course taken, pass percentage, date of completion, expiry date and stamps of approval or accreditations by recognised authorities.
Please note if you are using our course content via SCORM in a third party LMS then we are unable to provide certificates and you will need to generate these in your host LMS yourself.
60 real user reviews
Good not too long and to the point
The section about tyres would be better with actual people rather than the computer generated doing the work, I understand that this bit has been added to the original handling video but you did ask my opinion
Comprehensive and informative training, I enjoyed the course and have now learned how to lift tyres correctly.
Absolutely helpful thank you so much
Thank you so much that’s really helpful and honestly I’m proud of myself that I can trust myself now working in manual handling jobs all because of you guys thank you so much
A well presented and informative course
I learned a great deal by taking this course. I now feel that I’m better equipped to look after my back, not just when at work, but at home or indeed in any other environment that lifting might take place. The course was very well and professionally presented, I particularly enjoyed learning about the physiology of the human back and it’s vulnerability.
Enjoyed the presentation of this course - clear, factual delivery and good background information explanation to the workings of one's back. Well done and thank you
Excellent videos and presentation.
This was a good presentation, as always with such things you think you have been dealing with it all anyway but the clear explanations cut through to add to the knowledge, the tyre moving part of the presentation seemed sli8ghtly inappropriate for our business but still good and informative, possibly with transferable knowledge to other aspects of our manual handling.
Simple and informative
This user gave this course a rating of 5/5 stars
Good to no about how to pick things up
This user gave this course a rating of 5/5 stars
Why is this training important?
It's important that you comply with the law and know the ways in which it affects you and the way you work.
What are The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992?
The Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 or MHOR defines manual handling as "Any transporting or supporting of a load by hand or bodily force", this also includes lifting, pushing, putting down, pulling and carrying. They are a set of regulations designed to reduce the risk of injury to workers when manual handling by as much as possible.
Council Directive 90/269/EEC of 29th May 1990 on the minimum health and safety requirements for the manual handling of loads where there is a risk particularly of back injury to workers.
Employers must ensure that workers receive proper training and information on how to handle loads correctly, and the risks they might be open to - particularly if these tasks are not performed correctly