If you're interested in becoming a certified Display Screen Equipment (DSE) assessor, it's your obligation by law to assess the health and safety risks that may come with certain workstations. A poorly designed or inefficient workstation could lead to long term serious health implications such as musculoskeletal disorders and impaired concentration.
This Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessor Training Course is designed to educate you to understand how to assess employee workstations, including setting up equipment correctly, minimising the ergonomic strains put on users' bodies, and familiarising with DSE regulations.
By the end of the course, you'll be able to ensure that all workstations in the workplace promote good posture and wellbeing, that hazards have been identified and that each workstation is designed to boost productivity through design and professionally arranged equipment.
Who should take this course
Who should take the course:
This course ideal for you if you're looking to become a certified DSE assessor or responsible for minimising the risks posed by DSE equipment. Through the course, you'll be provided with essential knowledge, setting up equipment, appropriate postures to adopt, and plenty of tips and advice to lessen the force imposed on users' bodies.
Accredited by CPD
Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessor Training
- Module 1 Introduction to Display Screen Equipment
- Module 2 DSE Assessments
- Module 3 Ergonomically Sound Equipment and Environment
- Module 4 Good Posture and Wellbeing
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