Six Steps to Correct Lifting

  1. Feet apart (shoulder width) one foot ahead of the other in the direction of the intended movement
  2. Knees bent (not squat) - again most effective power from thigh muscles mid position the best
  3. Back straight - not necessarily vertical (15-20 degrees) from vertical is all right. Centre of gravity over the load
  4. Arms close to the body - nearer the centre of gravity
  5. Hands palms grasp - roots of the fingers + palm of the hand
  6. Head chin out and up - otherwise round shoulders and curved spine





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This information is derived from the Health & Safety Manual and Kit
For further information about the Kit, visit The Essential Health and Safety Manual home page
  See also Health & Safety Made Easy
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