DSE Training

£14.00 = 1yr access

Reduce risks to display-screen users by providing the knowledge needed to maintain a healthy workstation.

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Description

DSE Training course online | A high proportion of workers who use Display Screen Equipment (DSE) suffer aches, pains and/or eye discomfort from poorly set-up workstation.  

The Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 put duties on employers to reduce the chance of these aliments occurring. 


DSE Training Course Objective

Help ensure employers comply with the 1992 DSE regulations (amended 2002).


Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course candidates will know…

| How to undertake an effective DSE risk assessment of a workspace

| How to set up a workstation correctly

| The symptoms of ill health resulting from poor posture

| Understand and reduce DSE risks to eyesight

| Understand and reduce DSE risks to mental health


DSE training online

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DSE Training Course Content

Section 1 | What is Ergonomics?

Section 2 | Causes of Ill Health

Injuries at work, Statistics, Common Injuries

Section 3 | Risk Assessment Introduction

What is a DSE risk assessment?, Risk analysis, Risk Factors

Section 4 | Equipment at your Desk

Section 5 | Work Environment

  • DSE online training
  • DSE TRAINING ONLINE
  • CORRECT WORKSTATION SETUP
  • DSE online
  • DSE Employer responsibilities
  • Display Screen Equipment course

Communication Skills  | Delegation Skills |  Risk Assessments  |  Health and Safety for Managers  |  Move More at Work  |   Fire Safety

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Why take the online DSE Training course? 

The Health and Safety Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 aim to protect the health of people who work with display screens. The Regulations were introduced because DSE has become one of the most common kinds of work equipment.

Main provisions are:
1. Employers must carry out a risk assessment of workstations.
2. Employers must ensure that employees take regular and adequate breaks from looking at their screens.
3. Employers must ensure that employees are aware of their entitlement to yearly eye tests, with the cost of the eye test met by the employer in full.
4. Employers must provide their computer users with adequate health and safety training for any workstation they work at.

A high proportion of display screen equipment (DSE) workers report aches, pains or eye discomfort. These aches and pains are sometimes called Musculoskeletal Disorders or MSDs, which can include a range of medical conditions such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Tendonitis. Muscle & Tendon strain. Most of these conditions do not indicate serious ill health, but it makes sense to action the advise in the course to avoid them as far as possible.

Growing evidence suggests desk-based staff are exposed to risks associated with sedentary behaviour.  Bundle this training with Move More at Work help prevent future issues.


Ideal For

All desk-based staff.


Certification

DSE Training certificate

DSE Training Certificate

| Successful completion requires achieving  over 80% in the final short 20 assessment.

| At the point candidates are emailed their verifiable echo3education completion certificate

| The assessment can be retaken as many times as required.

| An optional posted version of the certificate can be purchase separately at checkout.


What is included with this Display Screen Equipment Training course?

Carbon Offset

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| 12 months unlimited access to content

| Certificate emailed on completion

| CPD Accredited – 3 Credits

| Complies with 1992 DSE Regulations

| The energy used to create and deploy this course is offset


For free demo contact | info@echo-3.co.uk | 0131 661 8253

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