There are no formal prerequisites to attend this Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training course.
This Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training course provided by The Knowledge Academy is ideal for anyone who wants to conduct DSE assessments and ensure safe workstations and display equipment for employees.
Display Screen Equipment DSE Training Course Overview
Any device with an alphanumeric or graphic display screen, including desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc., is referred to as Display Screen Equipment (DSE). Working continuously on DSE might lead employees to have some physical discomfort or pain. This training will assist businesses in collaborating with their employees to manage the potential health risks associated with DSE effectively. This course is designed to prepare individuals to conduct successful DSE assessments, reduce employee risk, and ensure full compliance with the Display Screen Equipment Regulations. Holding skills for carrying out DSE assessments will ensure that workstations are suitable and provide individuals with the opportunity to maintain their overall health and wellbeing and effectively perform their job roles.
In this 1-Day Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training course, delegates will learn the importance of having enough workspace to accommodate all documents or other equipment at the workplace. They will understand how to organise the workplace to avoid awkward or frequently repeated stretching movements. Further, they will learn various essential concepts, such as the need for DSE assessment, workstations and assessment, Display Screen Equipment (DSE) health risks, what employees can do to prevent health risks?, etc. Our highly skilled and expert trainer will conduct this training and have years of experience teaching Health and Safety courses.
- To enhance the morale, health, and wellbeing of employees
- To reduce sickness absence and maximise productivity
- To reduce the risk of claims for upper limb disorders
- To decrease administrative costs
- To encourage the adoption of good practices when it comes to using display screen equipment
After attending this training course, delegates will be able to design healthy workstations or work environments to avoid hazards such as neck, shoulder, back, arm, wrist and hand pain, fatigue, and eye strain. They'll also be able to conduct DSE assessments to analyse workstations, ensure that effective controls are in place, and develop appropriate training to mitigate issues with their work equipment and space.