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Original filename: Back Injuries Prevention.pdf
Title: Back Injuries Prevention
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Its Your Choice : Love Your Lower Back Or Lose Them And
Suffer All Your Life
1.

2.

Before you manual carry any
object, check the weight of the
object and examine the content
and to ensure it is within your
capacity to carry them.
Position yourself close to the
object, adopt the kneeling position
with one knee resting on the floor
as indicated to ensure a balanced
posture

Lift With Your Legs
And Not Your Back

Lift With Your Legs
And Not Your Back

Buddy
Lift

3. Before you manual lift the object,
maintain the natural curve in your
lower back. This is achieved by
having one knee resting on the floor
and tightening your muscles in your
abdomen, back and pelvis
4. To lift the object from ground level,
first lift the object and rest the object on
your knee while maintaining the natural
curve in your lower back as you prepare
to stand.

Its Your Choice : Love Your Lower Back Or Lose Them And
Suffer All Your Life
5.

As you stand, maintain the
natural curve in your lower
back and keep your core
muscles tight and at the same
time keep the object close to
your body.
Remember use only your leg
muscles to lift the object and
NOT YOUR BACK

Lift With Your Legs
And Not Your Back

Buddy
Lift

6.

When you're standing and ready to
move, continue holding the object
close to your body while maintaining
your spine upright to decrease the
strain on your lower back.

7.

Keep your core muscles tight. Turn by
pivoting your feet, not your back. Avoid
turning, twisting and lifting heavy
objects above your waist


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