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Preventing back and neck pain

During our training, you learn to prevent physical problems such as neck and back
complaints, or an annoying ‘mouse arm’. This is possible through minimal adjustments in
your working environment, an ergonomic work posture and simple exercises. The emphasis
is on solutions that are often available in everyone’s individual work situation, but are
insufficiently known.

This is a practical training that explains the causal relationship between incorrect body use,
incorrectly adjusted workstations and the appearance of overload and body complaints.
  • Training type

    Classical

  • Duration of training

    1 day

  • Available languages
    EN 
  • Training code

    243E

What do you learn?


- the basic principles for maintaining a good and healthy work posture.
- the anatomy of the back and the relation to the appearance of physical problems.
- the effect of incorrect movements and postures that lead to the appearance of back
pain.

This training can be combined with matching e-learning.

Target group

Employees who regularly work with computer or employees who are in charge of a prevention function within your company.

Required prior knowledge

No prior knowledge required.

Overview of the programme

In case of an in-house-training application, it is recommended to coordinate and discuss the
content of the training with the docent in advance.

- Questionnaire to evaluate the knowledge before the training.
- Anatomy of the back.
- Physiology: the function of the different parts of the back in the human movement.
- Biomechanics: the leverage principle, the effect of all kinds of postures of the back
and the effect of a good back use.
- Awareness of the back and practical exercises for muscles strengthening.
- Back disorders with a reference to the complaints, such as lumbago, hernia and its
causes.
- Prevention: basic rules to keep the back healthy and various ergonomic advice for the
workplace.
- Practical application of the basic rules: various practical exercises on good use of the
back and useful tips for daily life.
- Chair & desk, safe sitting and standing up.
- Neck complaints and screen.
- Correction of the previously competed questionnaire.

Comfortable clothing is recommended.