People who regularly use a computer are legally required to follow a computer health and safety training, also known as DSE (Display Screen Equipment) , VDU (Visual Display Unit) training or Computer Health and Safety.
Regardless of the type of device you use, DSE training is essential to inform and protect you from the risks and problems that may arise from working with computer screens.
Through this course, you will learn simple techniques to avoid the most prevalent issues encountered such as back, neck and wrist problems as well as eye strains.
By means of an interactive virtual office space, you will also learn how to complete a DSE risk assessment, identifying potentially problematic areas in the workspace and minimising common negative symptoms caused by extended periods spent in front of a computer screen.
It even teaches you some simple exercises that can be done at your desk to relieve muscle aches and tension.
Benefits and main features of this course:
-Completed in just 45 minutes online
-Concise, easy to follow and navigate through
-Shows commitment to The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992
-Improve your workplace health and safety
-Helps to avoid RSI, headaches, eye strain and back problems
-Learn to identify and understand risks associated with DSE, as well as how to perform a risk assessment
-End of course test and printable certificate awarded upon completion