Display Screen Equipment Assessor Course
Display screen equipment (DSE) assessments are not only a legal requirement – done correctly they can actually help combat the musculoskeletal disorders, reduced concentration levels and other ill-health effects that are symptomatic of time spent at poorly-designed workstations.
This course will provide an understanding of the potential hazards and risk faced by users of Display Screen Equipment, developing an understanding of safer working practices in relation to display screen equipment.
On completion of this course delegates should be able to identify risks to be considered when carrying out an assessment of workstation requirements within their work environment, enabling them to meet the requirements of the DSE Regulations 1992 (as amended).
- DSE Regulations & Legal Requirements
- Related Injuries
- Environmental Factors
- Minimum Requirements for Workstations
- Workstation Risk Assessment
- Practical Assessment of Workstation
Full attendance and identification is required.
On successful completion delegates will be awarded a ‘DSE Assessor’ certificate, valid for three years.
This should be renewed on a three hour requalification course before the expiry date.