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    Manual handling is just about lifting heavy objects.

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    A manual task means a task that requires a person to lift, lower, push, pull, carry or other move hold or restrain any person, animal or thing that involves one or more of the following:

    • Repetitive or sustain force
    • High or sudden force
    • Repetitive movement
    • Sustained or awkward posture
    • Exposure to vibration
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    Constant muscular aches or pains may indicate that there is too much physical stress?

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    Link the ways to reduce risk with its how to?

    Ways to Reducing Risk | How to How to Answer
    Eliminate double handling
    Change the size or weight of the packaging
    Reduce push / pull forces
    Suitable Equipment
    A safe workplace layout
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    A fall in the workplace causing neck or head injuries may result in damage to the spinal cord. This can lead to permanent disability.

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    A host employer can insist that you wear rubber-soled shoes if you are working on a concrete, tiled or wooden floor.

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    A guard on a meat slicer has been removed during cleaning. Before using the machine to slice again, the safest procedure is to:

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    You can pull out the appliance plug, anytime.

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    A hazardous substance can be:

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    When using hazardous substances you should first:

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    Ways to reduce heat stress include:

    (select all that apply)

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    Likely sources of excessive noise can be:

    (select all that apply)

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    Some people can get “used” to noise?

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    Treatment of burns should include immediate immersion in cool, running water.

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    Employees who work part-time do not need to participate in evacuation drills.

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