OHS implications for manual handling of bariatric patients report and case studies released 13 March 2009

Posted on April 17, 2009. Filed under: Occupational Hlth Safety | Tags: , , |

OHS implications for manual handling of bariatric patients report and case studies released
Australian Safety and Compensation Council
Friday, 13 March 2009

OHS Implications for Manual Handling of Bariatric Patients Report and Case Studies Released (HTML) – Press release

OHS Implications for Manual Handling of Bariatric Patients Report and Case Studies Released (PDF 132kB)    Press release

Manual handling risks associated with the care, treatment and transportation of bariatric (severely obese) patients in Australia – Report

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Manual handling risks associated with the care, treatment and transportation of bariatric (severely obese) patients in Australia

Posted on April 8, 2009. Filed under: Occupational Hlth Safety | Tags: , |

Manual handling risks associated with the care, treatment and transportation of bariatric (severely obese) patients in Australia March 2009   ISBN: 978 0 642 32740 6  Australian Safety and Compensation Council

This report, ‘Manual handling risks associated with the care, treatment and transportation of bariatric (severely obese) patients in Australia’ and four case studies for the ambulance, fire, hospital and funeral occupations, follows up on the previously released scoping paper on the implications of overweight and obesity for workplace health and safety and workers’ compensation.

The Bariatric Journey in Australia: Hospital Case Study
Publication Date: March 2009
ISBN: 978 0 642 62783 3
Type: Case Study

The Bariatric Journey in Australia: Fire Case Study
Publication Date: March 2009
ISBN: 978 0 642 32789 5
Type: Case Study

The Bariatric Journey in Australia: Ambulance Case Study
Publication Date: March 2009
ISBN: 978 0 642 62795 6
Type: Case Study

The Bariatric Journey in Australia: Funeral Case Study
Publication Date: March 2009
ISBN: 978 0 642 32777 2
Type: Case Study

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