Do you find yourself filled with anxiety when you are asked that question – can a hoist transfer be completed by 1 worker or does it always need 2?
In this webinar we outline the things to consider in determining whether a hoist transfer is a 1 worker routine and when it is 2. We provide participants with a framework for making these clinical decisions whilst ensuring routines are safe for everyone and provide a quality experience for the client.
Past participants gave us a score 9.12/10 after attending this webinar
Some of the comments included:
'Really helpful and thought provoking. Would just love to build on these ideas with more scenarios, examples, clinical reasoning to be able to feel confident putting it into practice'.
'Your ability to force engagement out of the participants! I do soooo much training and it is sooooo passive!'
'The webinar was thought provoking and helpful in considering options I hadn't considered before regarding manual handling and care routines"
Risk ManagedOrganizer of Week 14. Floor based hoists - 1 or 2 workers?
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