MoveSafe® Leader Training
The best value for your company is to create a leadership team with the mission of improving awareness around healthy posture, movement, and ergonomics.
This interactive session is aimed at organizational leaders. In addition to their knowledge from taking the MoveSafe Engage Training, participants will learn how to promote a healthy work environment and integrate program principles into their organizational systems and procedures.
Participants will learn:
Understand the roles and responsibilities of a MoveSafe Leader. Understand the MoveSafe support resources available and where to access them.
Understand how to demonstrate the MoveSafe exercises safely and identify when the exercises are not being performed safely.
Understand how to provide constructive coaching cues and ways to modify the exercises for different needs and different people.
Understand and explain the connection between the MoveSafe exercises and the 'Big 3'.
Understand how to observe and identify the 'Big 3' fundamentals during basic movement and static postures.
Understand how to identify when the work area and equipment need to be adjusted/modified. Be able to offer assistance or suggestions to workers for better fit.
I really appreciate your efforts, and I agree fully with all the concepts you teach. There is nothing more that I would love, than to get the culture of everyone here in woodlands to be proactive about preparing yourself physically for the job – office or fieldwork…it’s the root to many of the injuries we see.
Kerri Simmons / Safety and FMS Coordinator, Canfor
Participants will gain practical knowledge on how to use their bodies properly and how to implement healthy movement habits to improve their quality of life.
In training employees to assess risk, we focus on removing barriers to healthy posture and movement.
Participants will learn how to set up their workstation to encourage healthy positioning as well as learn practical habits for movement so they can “give their body what it needs while still getting their work done”.