Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training
The use of display screen equipment (DSE) has become an indispensable part of everyday life. However, with musculoskeletal disorders now the second highest cause of work-related ill health, employers must take action to mitigate the impact on people and productivity.
Our DSE training course will raise employees’ awareness of the potential health and safety risks associated with DSE use and how to manage them effectively.
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Who should attend?
This one-day course is aimed at individuals looking to acquire the knowledge and skills needed to assess and implement the requirements of the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992. It can be delivered as a half or full-day training session depending on your organisation’s needs.
What will I learn?
- What is DSE and who is affected?
- Physical and environmental considerations and ergonomics
- Health risks and effects, including work-related upper limb disorders, repetitive strain, eye strain, etc.
- The employer’s responsibility
- How to assess the workplace (office and mobile working)
- Control measures, including working position and specific aids
Who will deliver the training?
All of our Health & Safety training courses are designed and delivered by time served safety practitioners with significant hands on experience.
When you take our core Health & Safety service, any training will be delivered by your named consultant, enabling us to tailor the course to you for maximum impact.
Price and registration
This is a closed one-day course delivered exclusively to your organisation at a cost of £1,260 for up to 12 delegates. Additional delegates are charged at £55 each.
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