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Display Screen Training
The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) regulations came into force in 1993 (with minor changes in 2002) and were designed to protect the health of employees from the risks from prolonged computer work. As a result of these regulations, employers are required to:
Aside from the legal obligations, employers can benefit from properly trained staff. If employees are suffering from pain or discomfort whilst working, then their productivity will be reduced or they may even have to take sick leave as a result.
We offer lively and engaging training sessions for staff which are designed to raise awareness of the importance of correct posture whilst working and to take a proactive approach in the prevention of more serious health issues which could result from poor posture.
Display screen equipment "user training"
In compliance with the Display Screen Equipment regulations this course will explain how injuries can occur occur with incorrect typing and posture. It covers a very basic physiology and biomechanics when typing. It explains prevention strategies including stretching for your employees and how to set up your workstation looking at the work station ergonomics.
Display Screen Equipment Risk Assessor Course
In compliance with the Display Screen Equipment regulations this course trains assessors to the reduce or eliminate the risks to staff. The course will enable nominated assessors to conduct effective DSE assessments by understanding human posture, any psychosocial factors and workstation ergonomics and applying this to any workstation. In addition you will learn practical steps to improve workstation layout and suggest some preventative steps against muscle aches and pains associated with every day computer use.
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