Display Screen Equipment Training at Cambridge Safety
This course is taught with presentations and there will be plenty of chances to ask questions and put what you’ve learnt into practice. There can be a short written test at the end to confirm that trainees have not only attended but also understood the main issues.
Our in-house training will include company DSE procedures and use your forms if you have them. Alternatively, we will provide template forms which can be used and copied for future use.
- Course introduction – this will provide the key aims and objectives and introduce legal issues.
- Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 - this will look at the laws surrounding DSE and what your obligations are as an employer.
- Office-related issues and hazards - throughout the course you will learn about the possible injuries associated with DSE use in the workplace.
- What is DSE?
- Minimum standards for equipment
- Setting up a workstation
- Practical Workstation assessments
- Recording requirements
- Suitable adjustments
- How users can help themselves
- Course Summary and assessment
Why Choose Cambridge Safety?
- Experienced trainers - we have over 22 years of experience in delivering engaging health and Safety training.
- Tailored training - we’ll tailor our in-house DSE training to suit your business or organisation.
- High-quality training - we focus on providing higher quality training that is not only informative but also engaging.
If you manage a team of remote workers, you may be wondering if the DSE assessments still apply. According to the Health and Safety Executive, employers are not obligated to carry out DSE assessments if work from home is a temporary set-up. However, if this is a more permanent solution then the employer still has the same health and safety responsibilities as if they were working in the office, so it’s important to keep completing routine DSE assessments.