DSE Assessor Course
The following topics are covered during the DSE Assessor Course
- Introduction to Ergonomics
- Health and safety at work
- DSE regulations
- Understanding DSE risks
- Anatomy of the spine and discs
- The workstation
- Trainer demonstration of assessment and workstation set up
- The working environment
- Organisational issues
- The DSE assessment process
SquareOne is among the UK's leading providers of IT training to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Our company pledge is to deliver inspiring, motivational and cost effective training which brings about tangible improvements in productivity. Through our training courses, individuals are able to gain lifelong skills and realize their full potential while clients achieve their corporate goals.
The course would include the theory on the left in the first session and comprehensive practical requiring delegates to complete a suitable Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Assessment by role playing in groups. We have our own DSE checklist process or we could use yours. Upon completion of a suitable assessment a certificate would be issued for each delegate. You would be left with all the skills required to conduct DSE assessments.
Duration: 1 Day
Timings: 09:30 - 16:30
Our open classroom courses are held in Merseyside where we have state of the art training facilities. We also provide in-house training solutions at any office location in the UK or Europe. We frequently deliver training in Liverpool, Wirral, Blackpool, Manchester, London, Chester, Warrington, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Bristol, Sheffield, Glasgow, Leatherhead, Aberdeen and Ireland.
Closed courses can also be delivered in European countries such as Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, France, Finland, Hungary, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland and off shore.... Either in English or local languages
Training has been delivered to a diverse range of industries including oil and gas, agriculture, automobile manufacture, food production, the arts and finance.