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Lifting Techniques Other factors in back injuries Age of employee Improper postures when sleeping, standing, sitting Physical condition of employee Repetitive motions 10a Conclusion When lifting a box, think out of the box!
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BACK AND LIFTING SAFETY * Training all by itself, without making changes to the workplace, is often not effective in preventing injuries. (see reference below) Often employees are taught “proper lifting techniques” and then sent out to work under conditions that don’t allow them to use ...
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Training Techniques Introductions are important Introduce Yourself Next Speaker Awards Credentials Films & videos Instructor Requirements OSHA Outreach 500 (must be current) Previous Experience (related trade/training) ...
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Crane Safety on Construction Sites Supervision and Management of Crane Operations Alternative Lifting Methods Presented by the Construction Institute of ASCE
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Lifting Techniques Injuries that occur to backs Strains and sprains Ruptured or slipped disks Chronic tension and stress Other forms of back pain Injuries that occur to backs Some injuries require surgery Some injuries lead to permanent disability Back injuries can limit activities on and off ...
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Back Safety and Safe Lifting Back safety Learning goals: Understand anatomy and balance (how your back works) Learn safe body mechanics (lifting, standing, sitting, lying) Get your back in shape (exercises for strength, flexibility) Back safety Definitions Manual handling: force exerted to lift ...
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Lifting Techniques Preventing Back Injury in the Workplace University of Louisiana – Monroe 2012 * List of principles to reduce awkward lifting – bending.
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SAFE LIFTING Avoiding a Painful Back The Five Leading Back Injury Factors Poor Posture Poor Physical Condition Improper Body Mechanics Incorrect Lifting Jobs That Require High Energy THE SPINE’S BASIC FUNCTIONS Providing Support Protecting the Spinal Cord Providing Flexibility to Allow Bending ...
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safe patient handling, facility champion training Description: This presentation was given by Audrey Nelson, PhD, RN, FAAN at the September 2008 kickoff meeting of the VA's Safe Patient Handing Initiative in Tampa, FL Last modified by:
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Title: Safe Rigging Practices Author: Thomas H. Conrad Last modified by: user Created Date: 10/12/1999 2:09:39 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Title: PowerPoint Presentation Author: Richard C. Dwyer Last modified by: bill Created Date: 6/9/2006 9:54:07 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Title: Back Safety & Lifting Author: lorchou Last modified by: Lor, Chaizong Created Date: 11/11/2003 5:24:17 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
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Proper Body Mechanics Techniques for Patient Transfers, and Bed Mobility Athens-Limestone Hospital Kevin Steen
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Back Safety/Lifting Techniques * * Emphasize that if one person twists or turns without the other knowing, it could result in injury. Lead person for each lift.
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Introduction Lifting and moving loads manually is one of the most common causes of injury at work. 56,000 Work Related MSD cases in construction per year There is no truly ‘safe’ weight limit for manual handling operations so try to find alternatives.
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Overview of Program of Research in SPHM Common Myths “Classes in body mechanics and lifting techniques are effective in reducing injuries”. 20+ years of experience shows us training alone is not effective. Show me the Evidence! Brown, 1972 Dehlin, et al, 1976 Anderson, 1980 Daws , 1981 ...
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Proper Body Mechanics Body Mechanics The use of one’s body to produce motion that is safe, energy conserving, and anatomically and physiologically efficient and that leads to the maintenance of a person’s body balance and control Benefits of proper Body Mechanics Conserve energy Reduce ...
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Title: Safe Lifting and the Unit Peer Leader Approach Author: Anne Last modified by: Lisa Duran Created Date: 11/4/2012 6:06:19 PM Document presentation format
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Lifting techniques are pretty much common sense today. Then why do so few people use the proper techniques? Is it laziness or fatigue? “My legs are too tired to squat down, so I’ll just bend over to pick this up.”
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Safe Lifting Break load into parts Get help with heavy or bulky items Lift with legs, keep back straight, do not twist Use handling aids - such as steps, trestles, shoulder pads, handles, and wheels Avoid lifting above shoulder level Safe Lifting Training What should be taught: ...
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Course Content Introduction Statistics Law Anatomy & Injuries Biomechanics Principles of Safe Handling What is Manual Handling? “Any transporting or supporting of a load (including the lifting, putting down, pushing, pulling, carrying or moving thereof) by hand or bodily force.”
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Recognised Safe Lifting and Handling Techniques Stop and think Plan the lift. Where is the load to be placed? Use appropriate handling aids if possible.
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Patient Lifting and Handling (cont.) Possible Solutions Weighing – Scales with Ramps Lateral Transfers – Draw Sheet/Slide Boards Use of Gait Belts
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Utilize Knowledge Transfer Techniques An interactive web-based Knowledge Center with monthly Lunch & Learns, resources, ListServ, & Toolkit Picturing SmartMOVES We elicited the help of ministries with existing safe patient handling programs
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Elements of a Successful Patient Handling & Movement Program: Why and How Dana Root, MS, PT, CPE, CSPHP [email protected] ... This requires assessment of the patient for all handling & movement tasks AND knowledge of the lifting equipment and slings.
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... or work practices Wear required PPE Do not operate machinery or power tools unless trained Use safe lifting techniques Maintain good housekeeping Safety and Health Policy Goal is to provide a workplace free of recognized hazards Comply with all WISHA safety standards Provide PPE ...
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... education and training in lifting techniques, or Solely purchasing patient lift devices. Over the past 20 years, efforts to reduce work-related injuries in nursing have been largely unsuccessful.
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PowerPoint Presentation Author: Peter Last modified by: Rebecca MacLachlan Created Date: 7/22/2005 5:25:57 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show Other titles:
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Back Safety and Safe Lifting Carl Powell Director of Environmental Health & Safety Risk Assessment The Load Heavy – can the load be broken down into smaller loads Bulky or unwieldy – are two people required Difficult to grasp/hold – would a trolley assist the move Harmful i.e. sharp/hot ...
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Safe Lifting & Material Handling Back Injury Prevention Back Facts What percentage of Americans suffer from back pain? Some reports indicate that more than half of all Americans suffer from some type of back pain.
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Lifting techniques are still important but no longer the only key elements. Elimination or modification of lifting activities is more effective. Use task analysis and patient assessment. Use engineering solutions (such as patient lifts, ...
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Lifting Hazards and some ideas on how to reduce your risk of lifting injury * Team lifting works better on larger objects, such as the wallboard shown here.
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MARO Removing Barriers to Community Access presents ACCESS SAFETY Todd Culver Assistant Director Occupational Safety & Health Training Project in partnership with
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Transfer Techniques RTA Spring 2008 Body Mechanics Muscle strains are common among hospital workers. The most common injury reported by radiographers. 3 Major Concepts Base of support: The portion of the body in contact with the floor or other horizontal surface.
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PowerPoint Presentation - Office Safety Awareness, v. 14 Subject: Office Safety General Awareness Author: Safety Last modified by: david breeding Document presentation format: On-screen Show Company: DCB Reviewer Other titles:
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Chapter 35 Lifting and Moving Patients National EMS Education Standard Competencies EMS Operations Knowledge of operational roles and responsibilities to ensure patient, public, and personnel safety.
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Workplace Safety Awareness training for support staff working in a Disability Employment Service Creating a safe workplace What is your involvement with OH&S?
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Title: PowerPoint Presentation Author: Michael Sadagursky Description: Designed by Linda Adams Last modified by: cmanlove Created Date: 1/22/2002 12:13:28 PM
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Title: PowerPoint Presentation - Worksite Hazard Analysis Author: deant Last modified by: Hodges, Mark Created Date: 4/28/2009 4:38:54 PM Document presentation format
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Be aware of proper lifting techniques. References 29 CFR 1926.250; Subpart H, Materials Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal 29CFR1926.500, Subpart N – Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators, and Conveyors 29CFR1926.600, Subpart O ...
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Practice safe lifting techniques-put training into action at work as well as home. Prevent injury by developing habits that reduce the strain placed on the back. Manage and maintain a fit, healthy body. Immediately report any injury to your supervisor.
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6: Lifting and Moving Patients Cognitive Objectives (1 of 4) 1-6.1 Define body mechanics. 1-6.2 Discuss the guidelines and safety precautions that need to be followed when lifting a patient.
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BLR’s Safety Training Presentations Back Safety Back Activities Reaching, bending over, sitting Skiing, hiking, bike riding Playing with your children and grandchildren Working and feeling productive Back Safety Goals Back injury and injury prevention Lifting techniques Quiz Back Statistics 80 ...
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Slide Show Notes Housekeeping tasks frequently involve lifting and carrying objects. That means when thinking about safe housekeeping, you also have to think about safe lifting and carrying techniques. Before lifting and carrying an object, ...
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Proper Body Mechanics Reviewed December 2012 Body Mechanics The use of one’s body to produce motion that is safe, energy conserving, and anatomically and physiologically efficient and that leads to the maintenance of a person’s body balance and control Benefits of proper Body Mechanics ...
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Section 1 Office Ergonomics Proper Lifting Techniques Fire Safety Blood borne Pathogens Ergonomics Ergonomics at NEP The purpose of ergonomics is to fit the workplace to the worker and help reduce injuries associated with repetitive motion, ...
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Lifting – provide handles, allow large containers to tilt or have collapsible sides, raise tote bins to appropriate height Holding in place – provide clamps or fixtures Can you cost justify it? Have you made productivity improvements?
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Hospital Safety, Body Mechanics & Patient Transportation RTEC 106/123 Ch 13 & 14. The application of proper lifting and transfer techniques increases job safety.
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