Click Here to Download the Lifting & Moving Patients Safely PDF Lifting and Moving Patients Safely Learn how to lift and move patients safely with this guide for health-care staff. Registration InformationDate Taking Course* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Name (electronic signature)* First Middle Last I consent to my submitted data being collected and stored* Yes Collapsible Start Registration EndTest for Lifting and Moving Patients Safely1. Each move is different, even those of the same patient, and require proper assessment of factors to proceed safely.*TrueFalse2. Staff and patient abilities and limitations as well as environmental factors affect the potential move of a patient.*TrueFalse3. The patient should know as little as possible about the lift or move so that they do not try to help and end up hurting themselves.*TrueFalse4. Before the lift or move begins all equipment should be positioned and adjusted for ease on staff and patient.*TrueFalse5. A helper is not necessary when using a turn sheet to shift the patient up in the bed.*TrueFalse6. Once the order of steps has been explained there is no need to communicate further with patient or other staff.*TrueFalse7. When using a transfer belt, employ a lifting motion to get the patient into a standing position.*TrueFalse8. If a patient starts to fall, help them to the floor by spreading feet and bending the knees. Do not attempt to catch the patient as it could injure both parties.*TrueFalse9. Some hazards cannot be avoided or removed so being aware of them during the move is the best that can be done.*TrueFalseCollapsible Lifting and Moving Patients Safely EndCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.