This course is a customised course designed by us at AMBA Training for those whom wish to deliver level 2 Handcuff training for the private security industry. The use of Handcuffs in the industry has become more and more recognnised particularly were security operatives heve been deployed to work at outside festivals, due to thew lack of staff availability and a lack of police it has ment that they have had to rely on mechanical restarints in order to detain someone. By the end of this 3`day`course you will be able to instruct and deliver the justification and use of Handcuffs, this course also involves and gives: The reasons for handcuffing and the many risks associated with their use.
A list of medical implications of handcuffing, including positional asphyxia and how injuries can be sustained. Identifies Health & Safety implications, including Sections 2 and 3 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Regulation 3(1) of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 Power Regulations, Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.
- Understand the requirement of Power Regulations and how the use of force must be reasonable, necessary, proportionate and justified. Understand the various laws, including compliance with: Section 3 (1) of the Criminal Law Act 1967, Common law.
- Understanding the legal position regarding the Human Rights Act 1998.
- Demonstrate how to apply handcuffs to a compliant subject whilst maintaining your own safety.
- Demonstrate how to remove handcuffs correctly to minimise te risk of injury.
- Demonstrate how to apply handcuffs to a non-compliant subject and how to minimise the risk of injury to both you and the subject.
- Demonstrate how to stand a client up in handcuffs from a laying or prone position so to minimise the risk of positional asphyxia.
- During the course we look at many case studies particularly those were people have suffered death under detention.
Demonstrate how to complete a use of force form inline with legislation.
This course has been designed to ensure you are able to make learners understand there limits and the implications when they detain someone or take there ‘liberty’ away.