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Q: List principles for safe moving and handling
A: FOUR KEY POINTERS OF SAFE MANUAL HANDLNG 1. Maintain a natural posture whenever possible during manual handling, keeping your spine in line . 2. [ Always create a good, stable base, by widening your stance within comfortable limits; placing one foot in front of the other, about shoulder width apart. With your knees slightly bent. 3. Keep any load, or point of force, as close
to your vertical centre of gravity as possible. 4. Use the large leg and buttock muscles to provide the power during manual handling techniques/manoeuvre. ]
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User: Identify legislation that relates to moving and handling

User: List principles for safe moving and handling

Weegy: FOUR KEY POINTERS OF SAFE MANUAL HANDLNG 1. Maintain a natural posture whenever possible during manual handling, keeping your spine in line . 2. [ Always create a good, stable base, by widening your stance within comfortable limits; placing one foot in front of the other, about shoulder width apart. With your knees slightly bent. 3. Keep any load, or point of force, as close to your vertical centre of gravity as possible. 4. Use the large leg and buttock muscles to provide the power during manual handling techniques/manoeuvre. ]
matahari|Points 2792|

User: Explain why it is important for moving and handling tasks to be carried out following specialist training

User: Explain why it is important to have specialist training before assisting and moving an individual

User: Explain the importance of following an individual’s care plan and fully engaging with them when assisting and moving

Weegy: Understand the principles of assisting and moving an individual. [ Reasons may include: to understand individual s needs and preferences to meet individual s needs and preferences to apply agreed working practices to move the individual safely and correctly to minimise injury to individual, self or others. You can find more information here: ]
jobel008|Points 30|

User: Identify hazardous substances that may be found in the social care setting

User: Describe safe practices for Storing hazardous substances

Weegy: Substitution can be the best way to avoid or reduce a hazard. Often, though, it is not easy or even possible to find a nonflammable or less flammable substitute to do the job effectively and safely. [ Start by obtaining material safety data sheets (MSDSs) for all possible substitute materials. Find out about all the hazards (fire, health, chemical reactivity) of these materials before making any changes. ]
james2397|Points 0|

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