The solution for strain and sprain injury during manual handling is … Good thinking, good attitudes and good decision making … for good actions | Dwane Stuart
Dwane Stuart - Training Manager - Optimum Results
The solution for strain and sprain injury during manual handling is … Good thinking, good attitudes and good decision making … for good actions.
For successful injury prevention “You need to get a fundamental shift of how people think, so they ‘want’ to behave safely. This is a much deeper level of commitment to safety." Old behaviours and thinking can change with a powerful ‘what’s in it for me’ benefit for the individual.
Successful behaviour change requires a process to change long held beliefs, habitual thinking and attitudes for better decision making and physical actions to bring about a reduction of injuries and accidents.
Learn about how to empower people to take responsibility for theirown wellbeing in avoiding strain and sprain injuries and potential accidents. People will want to apply their learning on the job since they are quickly able to identify a pain-free and strain-free, safer approach when performing their work … and at home.
Dwane Stewart: Masters degree in Exercise Physiology; Training manager at Optimum Results Ltd. Fifteen years experience working as a Human Movement and Performance Specialist. Has worked extensively in private practice with acute injury rehabilitation, was contracted to the Chiefs Rugby franchise as a high performance rehabilitation specialist, and currently delivering highly successful injury prevention programs to businesses. He cares about the health and well-being of everyone and believes that each individual has the ability to improve the quality of their own life, given the proper tools and proper training.