DSE (display screen equipment) advisor

Learn how to deliver workstation set-up advice to DSE users no matter where they work. It is delivered on-site providing face-to-face learning with a qualified instructor and is also available as a live remote session.

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3 hours

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Max 12 people per course

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As a result of the current pandemic, more staff are working in a variety of locations - whether that’s at home, in the office or a mix of both - some with or without suitable display screen equipment. We train delegates to be able to identify common workstation issues and the health effects associated with them.

Having internal advisors as an early point of contact will assist staff members - not only in meeting health and safety requirements but also to achieve a suitable workstation set-up, keeping them comfortable, productive and injury-free while they work.

Formally known as the Homeworker DSE advisor course, this now includes up-to-date working methods to accommodate the increase in hybrid working that a lot of organisations are experiencing.

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£545 (ex VAT)*

You choose the date and provide the venue, usually your premises, and we provide the training and any necessary equipment.

* Pricing applies to UK Mainland only.

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What to expect

Throughout the session, the trainer will discuss DSE regulations and procedures, common workstation issues and practical solutions, a standard DSE set-up, common health issues, home, office and hybrid working and possible workstation accessories.

Delegates will have the opportunity to participate in group discussions to gain knowledge and understanding in these areas.

PLEASE NOTE: This course does not enable attendees to undertake formal DSE assessments.

We'll cover...

  • Relevant legislation relating to DSE
  • Delegate DSE procedures
  • ‘Correct’ workstation set-up
  • Common issues encountered with working from home
  • Practical household solutions
  • Common health issues in relation to DSE
  • Home and hybrid working
  • Possible workstation accessories

Our trainers

The course will be led by one of our experienced Posturite assessors, who are either relevant health professionals, or ergonomists with specialist knowledge in the area of DSE.

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Have you considered a live remote course instead?

If you would prefer your training delivered remotely via a trainer-led virtual classroom instead of face-to-face, we offer remote sessions for this course.

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