Safe and Effective Use of Mechanical Restraints

£500.00

Mechanical Restraints

The use, and in some cases misuse, of Mechanical Restraints is an emotive subject and it absolutely should be because there can be no doubt as to the potential Physical and Emotional harm that being restrained against your will can cause. Having said that, it is clear that the use of Mechanical Restraints in place of using Physical Force alone, can greatly reduce the risk of injury to both the Operator and the Subject when used correctly and in line with all current guidance and legislation.

Who is the course for?

Any Operator who, as part of their duties, has cause to use restraint in planned or unplanned interventions against aggressive subjects and is required to secure that subject for a period of time to prevent them escaping, injuring themselves or injuring someone else.

As a business leader, you would have carried out Risk Assessments relating to the operations of your staff and if those assessments have identified a high likelihood that Operators will be required to secure violent and aggressive subjects for a period of time then you should support them by procuring high quality, effective and fit for purpose training to aid them in their duties.

Are you unsure if your staff require annual refreshers for their skills? Watch this video to see why refreshing skills is so important.

Who are we?

Professional Training and Development consultants with more than 20 years front line experience in the management of violent subjects across a broad spectrum of sectors, including Security, Healthcare and Enforcement.

PRICE IS PER GROUP OF NO MORE THAN 12 DELEGATES.

ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR PURCHASE ONE OF OUR TEAM WILL CONTACT YOU TO ARRANGE A SUITABLE DATE TO COMPLETE YOUR COURSE. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT IF YOU REQUIRE YOUR TRAINING WITHIN 12 WEEKS OF PURCHASE THEN YOU SHOULD CONTACT OUR TEAM AT INFO@BETHEBESTTODAY.CO.UK TO CHECK AVAILIBILITY. PLEASE SEE OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR MORE DETAILS.

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