Coppolo & Coyde - Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Workstation Assessor

Coppolo & Coyde - Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Workstation Assessor : Wednesday 18 October

The UK's Health and Safety Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992  were introduced with the aim of preventing ill health to employees who habitually use DSE equipment as part of their normal work.

The course is designed to give delegates the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to assess and evaluate users of computer workstations.  Duties that exist under Guernsey and Jersey legislation are also covered.

Designed for:

Persons who are responsible for assessing or managing computer workstations and the user.

Key Topics:

  • Health & Safety (DSE) Regulations/Approved Codes of Practice
  • Duties of Employers and employees
  • Identification of risk factors
  • Use of a DSE proforma
  • Identification of practical solutions to eliminate or minimize risk
  • Managing employee ill health


Course  Assessment:  There is a written assessment at course end Duration:1 Day

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