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Manual Handling Risk Assessment

Manual Handling Risk Assessment

The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005, and the General Applications Regulations 2007 Chapter 4, Part 2, S.I 299 of 2007, state that it is the duty of employers to take organisational measures to design and manage their workplace,  processes, systems of work and  workstations to eliminate manual handling in so far as is reasonably practicable. Employers must complete specific Manual Handling risk assessments for all areas, processes within the work environment. Optima Training and Consulting can complete tailored Manual Handling risk assessments to suit your company requirements and ensure legal compliance.

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Retained Health and Safety Advisor

Health & Safety legislation requires the appointment of competent persons to ensure compliance with relevant legislative rules. Finding the person you need who has the right combination of experience and skill sets, can itself be a major problem. Optima Training & Consulting can assist you with your Health and Safety requirements through the following services:

Long Term Retained Health and Safety staff

We become your Health and Safety Division and manage your Health and Safety  system on an ongoing basis, carrying out all the functions required.

Short Term Health and Safety Management

We can step in for specific Health and Safety needs or to cover Maternity, Illness, Holidays or other times when a Health and Safety function is required or specific Health and Safety tasks need to be undertaken.

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