Airlines urged to look at manual handling training
23 January 2013
Airlines are being urged to look at the effectiveness of the manual handling training they give to their employees after a leading UK airline reportedly reduced the lost time incidents for one part of its workforce by 6
Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are are a major cause of absence in the airline industry and cost airlines and airports millions of pounds every year in injury claims and loss of productivity. To address this issue, Pristine Condition was commissioned by a leading UK airline to deliver a bespoke manual handling training programme to its entire workforce.