Years of experience
By working in tandem with your HR & WH&S depts. Humanomics can assist PCBUs by:
- Developing Job Analyses for specific jobs to compliment your risk management processes
- Assisting employers identify workforce hazards from a human Functional point of view bringing objectivity to the table
- Tailoring workplace Health & Wellness programs for your workers
- Providing consultation and advice on Occupational Immunisation
Manual Handling Training
How you can reduce your manual handling risk.
- Have manual handling risk assessment systems in place
- Make sure staff are adequately trained in safe manual handling practices
- Ensure you are confident that you are meeting your obligations in regard to manual handling
Each employer has a duty of care towards employees and must develop a defined policy aimed at minimising or eliminating manual handling risk.
WorkCover reviews workplace manual handling injuries and in some cases investigates companies risk management strategies.
The timing and location of courses can be arranged to suit individual customer requirements. Courses can be undertaken at our training centre or at your workplace.
Making sound human resource decisions
Humanomics is one of the region’s leading providers in Manual Handling Training. Courses are designed to enable a behavioural change towards manual handling.
Benefits to you:
- Puts safety first as a priority in workers’ minds
- Creates a safety culture that reinforces safe and healthy work practices
- Increases the self esteem and confidence of employers
- Reduces workers compensation costs
- Reduces accidents and absenteeism
- Reduces labour turnover
Our practical ‘hands on’ demonstrations are a major component of the manual handling training courses, and in consultation with you, design the training objective.
Our manual handling training focuses on specific work tasks which are considered high risk and we use these during our practical demonstrations.
We involve the workers in identifying risks and to come up with practical solutions. Injury statistics are often the starting point in identifying areas of risk. If you have tasks/equipment that have a trend of strain or injury associated with them our training can incorporate an assessment of this task/equipment and help your staff to identify solutions.