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Manual Handling Dental Practice
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13. Manual Handling. have been attributed to the manual handling of loads. All dental environments carry out some form of in the Dental Practice. In the fourth article relating to moving and handling, the authors discuss the common techniques when lifting or manoeuvering objects in the dental practice Manual Handling Training from DBG will ensure all of your staff are aware of the correct techniques to avoid injury while working in your practice. How to Cite. Bonehill, J. (2010) Manual Handling, in Managing Health and Safety in the Dental Practice: A Practical Guide, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK. doi: 10.1002/9781444324983.ch13 Manual handling causes over a third of all workplace injuries. Do you use the right techniques when handling? Follow our tips and best practices for safety. 10. Manual handling Risk Assessments to-date knowledge of best practice and equipment by regular training, development and suitable networking. to unsafe manual handling practice, and insurance costs Guide on Manual Handling Risk Assessment in the Manufacturing Sector Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Overview of Policies and Procedures Required This section highlights the need for policies and procedures in a dental practice and includes a brief over view of what should be included. provide training for staff on safe and healthy practice; Further information on the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 is available on the Health and 4.6 Handling people and animals PN11161 Hazardous manual tasks – Code of practice 2011 Page 5 of 49 1. Introduction