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Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessors Course
Display screen equipment (DSE) risk assessments are not just a legal requirement. If they are completed properly they can help reduce the musculoskeletal disorders, upper limb disorders, reduced concentration levels and other ill health effects that are symptomatic of time spent at poorly designed workstations. These issues all impact on overall productivity and absenteeism levels within an organisation.
The DSE Assessors course is aimed at those people who are tasked with developing and producing effective DSE assessments to cover the requirements of the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992. This course will cover how to assess workstations and implement controls to ensure that the workstation and working environment are satisfactory.
Delegates will explore the principles and recommendations explained in the HSE guidance document L26, Work with Display Screen Equipment.
The course will culminate in each delegate undertaking a DSE assessment and providing appropriate recommendations on safe set-up and usage. This could be either in a realistic workplace setting (if available) or a simulated training setting. This will be discussed with the client and course tutor prior to the session.
What Does This Course Cover?
The syllabus of the course covers relevant issues such as:
- Identification of DSE equipment and DSE "Users" and "Operators"
- Legal requirements - including the Health and Safety at Work Act and DSE Regulations
- Development of workstation assessment forms and processes
- Undertaking DSE Assessments - including identifying appropriate equipment and workstation set-up
- Identifying and implementing controls to manage DSE risks
- Developing guidance for the safe use of DSE equipment
- Legal requirements for the provision of eyesight tests and glasses
Our health and safety course tutors are qualified and experienced professionals with an appropriate background in this topic.
All course tutors are experienced in delivering engaging health and safety training, and hold professional membership of the chartered Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).
This course is primarily delivered in-house at your premises. The course content can be tailored to your specific requirements, taking into account the specific dangers and working practices of your particular company and industry. It can also be combined with one or more other courses to create a truly bespoke training programme for your employees.
For more information please call 0844 800 3295 or send us an online contact form with a description of your training requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessors course is delivered over one day, which includes theory and practical sessions.
Each delegate will be issued with a workbook to assist them both during and after the course, which will contain information, graphics and forms to assist DSE assessors.
The DSE Assessors course is designed to be interactive, allowing delegates the opportunity to develop their skills with the support of the course tutor.
Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the course.
Scheduled Open Courses
Our DSE Assessors open courses have the following included in the course cost:
- All course materials
- Certificate of attendance
- Refreshments throughout the course
- Free on-site car parking
Nottingham5 Wheatcroft Business Park, Landmere Lane, Edwalton, Nottingham, NG12 4DG
Held at our head office, the comfortable training suites (which are situated on ground level, as well as the toilet facilities, making them wheelchair-friendly) are fully air conditioned with natural daylight. Free on-site car parking is also available.
Price: £195.00 + vatAll online payments are securely encrypted and processed through PayPal™ meaning we never see your card details. You do not need a PayPal account to make payment by card.
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