Tasks directly related to ”Public Works” and “Construction” employees that have special needs for back care. The “old lift with your legs” routine does not always apply. Employees work in mud, rain, snow, and heat. Shoveling, using breakers, tamps, l..
This program describes in detail how to lift objects safely. The variety of lifting tasks in industry require specific techniques to prevent painful and costly back injuries. This video explains the anatomy of the back, the 10:1 lever principle and d..
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Excellent program for all healthcare providers. Explains how the back works, body mechanics and how each employee can make the proper decision when lifting anything, even in awkward situations.
Runtime: 9 minutes
Back injuries caused by improper lifting are the most common disabling injuries in the workplace. A person can injure their back in virtually any type of occupation, often to the point they can no longer work in their chosen field, along with having ..
Required by OSHA for training employees who are exposed to "general hazards". Includes basic requirements, electrical, mechanical, back injury prevention, fire prevention, fire protection, personal protective equipment, and more. A perfec..
Engineers and maintenance personnel know from experience that moving parts in equipment and machinery, if not properly used and maintained, are subject to wear and tear. Yet when it comes to our own bodies, we often think of them as indestructible. O..
Lifting and carrying. It's something we do all the time, and we normally don't think twice about it. But there are good reasons to consider how we lift and carry things, because there are right ways and wrong ways to do it. And what you don't know ..
The most comprehensive back injury prevention video on the market. “Bend your legs, not your back” is not enough. Just learning back anatomy is not enough; just lifting with your back straight is not enough. This video explains SYSTEM LIFTING, or bei..