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2016/17 Training Courses

DSE Assessor Training

Tuesday, 20 June 2017
Category: Health and Safety

About this training course

A brief description of the course;

• Recognition of hazards and risks associated with DSE

• The causes of harm brought about by poor posture and equipment set-up

• How to bring problems to the notice of the company

• About the DSE Regulations, especially relating to eyesight, rest periods and the workstation

• How to contribute to the assessments

• What the user can do to prevent harm

• Posture and the need for posture change.

• Adjustment of equipment and furniture.

• Use and arrangement of the workstation to aid good posture, prevent over-reaching and avoid glare and reflections.

• The need for regular cleaning of screens and equipment.

• The need to take breaks or change of activity

Benefits

Assessment: Every employer to assess the risks to health and safety from using DSE by users and operators.

 Action: Reduce the risks identified to the lowest extent that is reasonably practicable

Review: When no longer valid, or a significant change

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Your DSE Assessor Trainers

Roly Buss Stephen Hunter Ashley Williams

DSE Assessor Training Colchester, Essex

Here at Park City we offer businesses the chance for their employees to participate in our DSE Assessor training Colchester. At Park City we offer bespoke Health & Safety training courses for your business. Our Park City DSE Assessor training Essex includes recognition of hazards and risks associated with DSE, the use and arrangement of workstations to aid good posture, and the causes of harm brought about by poor posture and equipment set-up.

It is extremely important that your employees are aware of DSE regulations. Our DSE Assessor training Colchester course can help them identify and reduce risks, enabling them to arrange their workstation to aid posture, prevent over-reaching and avoid glare and reflections. We are confident that our DSE Assessor training Essex will deliver the results you need, as our entire selection of Health & Safety courses is held in our modern training suite using up-to-date technologies.

Here at Park City we have designed our DSE Assessor training Colchester to prevent harm and provide information on posture, workstation layout and problems that DSE assessors will come across in the work place. Poor posture leads to back pain which is the leading cause of many long-term problems responsible for time off from work. To prevent your employees suffering with these injuries make sure you send them on our DSE Assessor training course Essex today.

DSE Assessor Course Specialists

Park City is a specialist Human Resources and Health & Safety training and development consultancy with over 18 years of industry experience. We pride ourselves on building and maintaining working relationships with all of our clients as we have a 90 per cent satisfaction rate.

All of our training courses including our DSE Assessor training Colchester take place in our newly updated suite, helping your employees complete their training to high standards and modern technologies. Our experienced qualified and professional healthy and safety consultants will help you get and stay compliant with health & safety legislation with one of our many training courses.

If you or your business is looking for DSE Assessor Training Essex give one of our team a call on 01206 752 100 today.

Does this sound like the course for you? Book now or get in touch

£125

Park City Consulting Ltd
1 Oak House
Vale View Business Units
Crown Lane South
Ardleigh
Colchester
CO7 7PL

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