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This DSE Workstation Assessor Course learning outcomes include; Understand computer workstation safety (DSE) such as the chair, screens and peripheral equipment including foot rests and wrist supports to safely improve pain and discomfort for your colleagues.
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This online course includes all of the 6 lessons above. It is designed to develop the trainees DSE Workstation Assessor skills for health and safety compliance in the workplace, providing valuable real-world learning outcomes at a high speed. It's used by individuals, groups and businesses to train their workforce across industries including Education & Schools, Manufacturing & Engineering, Offices & Business Services, Retail, Digital Services & Design, Government & Institution, Charities & NGO, Oil, Gas & Mining, Travel & Leisure, Care Homes & Domiciliary Care, Logistics & Maritime, among others.
Provided by Cambridgeshire Chamber Training based in Cambridgeshire, it's accessible at anytime online from an internet connected device at work or home, such as a computer, tablet or smart phone. Teams have access to a highly rated LMS and all successfully completing trainees achieve a Certificate of Completion.—
Our Workstation Assessor Theory online training course has been designed to provide the foundation information that will be required of a DSE Assessor. This course addresses the purpose of a DSE Assessment and the key elements that should be considered by the Assessor including individual vulnerabilities and arrangements for those with bi-focal of vari-focal glasses.
Areas considered in detail include the types of work chair available, and the key considerations when considering which type of chair to purchase, such as seat pan depth, back support contouring and inflatable lumbar support.
Computer workstation safety (DSE) training helps avoid; back, neck and wrist pain (RSI). Workstation ergonomics discusses; posture, position of arms, legs, head and how the wrist support and foot rests may help or hinder existing injuries or vulnerabilities.
Essentials for office safety, fire and emergency, work life balance, stress, accidents, computer workstation safety (DSE) as well as home working, manual handling and bullying.
Advanced management, 5 Steps to Risk Assessment (INDG163), HSG65 and case law to define principles including absolute, practicable, reasonably practicable and reasonable. Risk management including; COSHH, fire risk, hazards, control of contractors, accident management, legionella and gas service maintenance amongst other modules.
HSE 5 Step guide including hierarchy of control and managing; people, equipment, materials and their environment. Understand the initial and residual risk factors including the likelihood and severity calculations.