Manual Handling Aids

Our lifting aids help you enhance your workplace safety and efficiency with ergonomic lifting aids.


Handling Aids, Straps, Clamps, etc. Ideal for use on-site, in a workshop, or warehouse. Very popular with the offshore oil & gas industry.

You can easily attach the lifting and handling aids to the item you wish to move, and they come with specially designed handles that increase grip and greatly reduce pinch points.

With Lifting Aids, you can safely handle, maneuver, and lift pipes and tubes, ironworks, valves, small motors, and pumps. Choose from single handle, double handle, and choke valve slings.

Manual Handling Aids

Manual Handling Assistance: Lift with Single Handle

Warning: this product should only be used for manual handling and not for mechanical lifting or rigging.

IMPORTANT: Lift Assist products must never be used for mechanical rigging or lifting operations. They are designed exclusively for manual handling.

Manual Handling Assistance: Lift with Double Handle

Warning: Each operator must take up a handle on each side of the load, cradling the load. Single-man operations with this tool can lead to hazards.

IMPORTANT: This product is intended only for manual handling and should not be used in conjunction with rigging or mechanical lifting.

Please note that Lift Assist products are designed for manual handling only and must never be used in conjunction with mechanical rigging or lifting.

Lift Assist Choke Valve Sling: 2″ Valve Sling

Fits 2″ valve stopper works by passing the handling straps under the valve connection butts. The strop with its velcro retaining strap should be passed under the male connection.

Once in place, pass the velcro strap under the opposite side horizontal link strop and secure it back on itself. Make sure the strops aren’t against sharp edges.

Advantages of Choke Valve Sling

IMPORTANT: this product is only for manual handling and should not be used for rigging or mechanical lifting. Accordingly, valves and threads are protected from accidental damage through controlled lifting methods during assembly.

Warning: This tool assists only with safe manual handling procedures by reducing the need for bending when lifting.

Your Guide to Manual Handling Lifts

In any workplace, whether it’s in any industry, or construction project, manual handling aids play an important role in moving or supporting small objects. Every workplace has workers who must push, pull, lift, and carry materials. These are all examples of manual handling aids.

Many employees who are involved in manual handling tasks have reported strains and sprains for their back, knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, and necks. The lifting risk assessment states that the risk of injury depends completely on the factors such as the size of the object, weight, shape, frequency, time, and the distance you are working for. In addition, your health, body condition, and strength play a part.

In order to reduce these strain and sprain injuries at the workplace, mechanical aids for manual handling can be used. Because safety is our top priority, we have come up with manual lifting aids, so that we can minimize all these risk factors at the workplace.

Use the Manual Handling Slings instead of your hands to avoid cuts, bruises and burns on sharp or hot metallic surfaces.

Handling manual lifts – Risk factors:

How to Eliminate the Risks Associated with Manual Handling Lifts

Control or eliminate the risk of manual handling injuries at work by taking the following steps:

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The most popular hands-free equipment to increase safety and ergonomic features is our Manual lifting Aids. Get in touch with us to get further information on the working load limit, material certifications, double or single handle manual slings, etc.
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