It is worth considering that not only has the Health & Safety Executive concluded that iTip Handles will reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) and other injuries associated with manual handling, they can also help reduce the risk of cross contamination from user to user of shared apparatus.

Sack trucks are chameleons that are useful in so many manual handling situations. A sturdy sack truck can be used for transporting fridges to car tyres and all the boxes in between.

Always couple with iTip Handles to reduce the chances of injuries incurred to the wrists and back. It will adjust the angle to suit your height. As trolley arms are not adjustable you will always have to bend and put pressure on your wrist and back, if you do not have iTip Handles. They provide a firm hold and can be quickly released, so you can move them with you between .

Increase the effectiveness of your controls by eliminating poor ergonomic handling of your manual handling equipment and removing the likelihood of jarring injuries.

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iTip handles are in two parts with the main D handle being easily and quickly swapped without any tools being required. This means on a sack trolley, retail roll cage, wheel chair can be safely used by many different people by swapping the D part they are handling. Your team can be issued with their own pair of sterilised D handles at the start of their shift.

iTip's are available in a range of colours enabling thousands of unique combinations. Being dishwasher proof they are easily sanitised. We can supply as many D parts as required. Have a look at the videos to see how this works in practice.

Key points

  • For the first time, you can effectively adjust the height to protect from sack trolley back strain.
  • Increases the ability to move and tip easily. 
  • A firm hold that is warm to the touch on cold mornings. 
  • Quick removal for sterilisation.

Health & Safety Executive (HSE) iTip Handles Report

"decrease the risk of musculoskeletal symptoms and disorders developing"

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