These short productions will cover a variety of health and safety scenarios and are available to share with colleagues, family, and friends. We at Pristine Condition recognise the importance of teaching correct technique which can be applied both at work, and at home.
Our fourth installment in our concise video series delves into the vital topic of gardening. Gardening is a universally cherished pastime, but it can sometimes entail physically demanding tasks that may result in discomforting injuries. Whether you're planting bulbs, sowing seeds, preparing your soil or clearing leaves, it's vital we look after our body as much as we do our garden!
Our latest video demonstrates how to reduce health hazards while gardening by adhering to our essential manual handling principles. These principles, originally designed for the workplace, are equally applicable in your home garden!
Watch as Pristine Condition Founder and CEO, Davy Snowdon MBE, unpacks the anatomical implications of incorrect technique and how you can avoid causing yourself discomfort -- and possibly injury -- by employing our scientifically proven manual handling techniques to help keep yourself in Pristine Condition!
If you are new to Pristine Condition and would like to discuss any of the points covered in this video, or would like to have a wider conversation about your businesses health & safety requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us here.
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Catch up with the previous installments in this series below:
To watch our first video in this series (“Access & Egress”), you can do that by hopping over to this article here.
To watch our second video in this series (“Wearing PPE”), you can do that by hopping over to this article here.
To watch our third video in this series (“Steps & Stairs”), you can do that by hopping over to this article here.
To watch our fourth video in this series ("The Dutch Reach"), you can do that by visiting this article here.
Enjoy and see you soon for the next video in the series!