- Back Injury Overview
- Lifting Injury: Statistics
- Heavy Lifting and Ways to Reduce It
- Frequent Lifting and Ways to Reduce It
- Awkward Lifting and Ways to Reduce It
- Lifting Techniques Training
Other Back Safety Training Presentations
Back Safety by Environmental Health and SafetyDate Created: 2001 Number of Slides: 48 OHSA Regulations: n/a Created by: Environmental Health and Safety
Back Injury Prevention by Summit Loss Control ServicesDate Created: 2008 Number of Slides: 38 OHSA Regulations: n/a Created by: Summit Loss Control Services
Back Safety for Nurses PPT
This presentation on Back Safety for Nurses is provided by the Department of Workforce Development, State of Wisconsin. Nursing homes show high statistics with their staff in terms of back illnesses and musculoskeletal injuries every year. Patient Handling is the major component of this and serves as the greatest risk factor that contributes to the majority of injuries exerienced by the nursing home staff. OSHA recommends that manual lifting of patients be avoided, or reduced to help maintain the safety of the healthcare staff.
Back Safety: Proper Lifting Techniques PPT
This presentation on Proper Lifting Techniques is provided by the US Mine Rescue Association. Back injuries normally result in heavy lifting, repetitive lifting or awkward lifting. What workers should be aware of is the proper techniques to be used when in these kind of situations wherein lifting objects cannot be avoided. Back injury poses a high statistic as a workplace injury and the proper way of lifting objects is shown in this presentation. Good practice must be observed in the workplace to maintain safety and avoid having injuries.
Back Safety Exercises PPT
This presentation on Exercise Techniques for Back Injury is provided by the Fort Lee Safety Office. These exercises will help minimize back problems as they help tone muscles at the back, hips and thighs. Regular exercise helps reduce risks of having back injury during work. On slides #21 to #32, some exercise techniques are shown and given as an example to help reduce the strain at your back. With this, lifting heavy materials must also be avoided or reduced to ensure the safety and prevent having injuries.