Showing posts with label Manual Handling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Manual Handling. Show all posts

Monday, 10 October 2016

On Safe Lines QHSE Software releases version 1.0.02 of our Manual Handling Risk Assessment Management software #MRAM



#OnSafeLines QHSE Software is pleased to announce the release of version 1.0.02 of our popular Manual Handling Risk Assessment Management software #MRAM.

Summary of v1.0.01 Changes;

'* Relink Resest Code Updated
'* # Size errors in some reports corrected
'* "Not Specified added to additionals report fields not completed by user
'* Record specific link criteria added between main assessment form and print access options

Summary of v1.0.02 Changes;

v1.0.02 Social Media icon links added to login form
'* Path to data files returned to C:\Program Files (x86)\On Safe Lines QHSE Software\Manual Handling Risk Assessment Management (some clients reported data containing files opening in read only mode in path C:\ProgramDate\On Safe Lines QHSE Software)
'* More integrations of context sensertive help file
'* Relinker Form Updated

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Thursday, 4 August 2016

#OnSafeLines launches New Manual Handling Risk Assessment Software.




#OnSafeLines is please to announce the release of our latest Health and Safety Risk Assessment application, #MRAM Manual Handling Risk Assessment Management.

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Saturday, 29 October 2011

FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - Toolkit

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

Sample Question:

What is the toolkit?

Answer: The Toolkit is a collection of tools that have been developed by HSE to help employers/employees to
identify common risk factors covering manual handling operations including lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling and repetitive tasks. The tools have been designed to help assessors’ break down tasks and identify task elements that could pose a risk to workers and help evaluate potential solutions or improvements.

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FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - Manual Handling and Label

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

Sample Question:

What can be done to help prevent manual handling injuries?

Answer: In simple terms, the main thing is a risk assessment, though there are other considerations: Firstly, does the load need to be moved at all?

If so, can it be moved mechanically? For example by using a handling aid, such as a pallet truck, an electric or hand-powered hoist, or a conveyor? Advice on the many different types of lifting and handling aids is contained in. Are you making the best use of lifting and handling aids?


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FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - General Questions

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive. FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - General


Sample Question:

What is a Musculoskeletal Disorder (MSD)?

Answer: MSD is a broad umbrella label for many types of aches and pains, and treatment is determined by the exact medical diagnosis. They fall largely into three types:

* Upper limb disorders

* Lower limb disorders

* Back pain

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Friday, 28 October 2011

FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - Display Screen Equipment

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

Sample Question:

How long and how often should breaks be for DSE work and what should I do during breaks?

Answer: This depends on the kind of work you are doing. There is no legal guidance but it is advisable to break up long spells of DSE work. Short frequent breaks are better than longer ones but less frequent ones such as 5–10 minute breaks every hour are better than 20 minutes every 2 hours. Ideally users should have some choice about when to take breaks. Most jobs provide opportunities to pause from DSE work to do other tasks, such as filing or copying. If there are no such natural changes of activity in your job, your employer should plan for you to have rest breaks. It is best if breaks or changes of activity allow the user to get up from their workstation and move around, or at least stretch and change posture.

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FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - Lower Limb Disorders

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

Sample Question:

What are LLDs?

Answer: Lower limb disorders (LLDs) affect the legs and feet, from hips to toes. About 80% of damage to the hips, knees and legs at work is due to overuse. Workers may report lower limb pain, aching and numbness without a specific disease being identified or present.

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Thursday, 27 October 2011

FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - Upper Limb Disorders

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

Sample Question:

What are ULDs?

Answer: Upper limb disorders (ULDs) affect the arms from shoulder to fingers or the neck including problems with the soft tissues, muscles, tendons and ligaments, along with the circulatory and nerve supply to the limb.

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FAQs - Musculoskeletal Disorders - Back pain

This is a useful FAQ Document by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

Sample Question:

What is back pain?

Answer: Back pain is any ache, pain, tension, or disorder that affects the muscles or bones of the back from the base of the neck to the hips. It can be caused by damage to the muscles or the bones of the spine and ribs or to the disc between the vertebrae.

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