We train up to eight DSE assessors in a single day. Your personnel only.
Our one day DSE Assessor Training Course has been developed over a 20 year period and provides in depth DSE assessor training for up to 6 of your personnel only, delivered at your premises, therefore not open to third party delegates.
Includes the delegates undertaking an actual on site DSE assessment, under our tutorledge, so the delegates get a true feel of one and experience the buzz of putting things right and the thanks from the DSE user.
A Certificate of successful course completion is issued to those who pass the Test at the end of our DSE assessor training Course and in the opinion of the Course Director are competent to carry out DSE workstation assessments in accordance with the Display Screen Equipment Regulations.
We have NO vested interest in selling you any ‘ergonomic’ products
The delegates will meet the criteria as set out in Regulation 2. Para 42: “Who should do assessments?“
Ongoing DSE Assessor telephone support from our DSE Assessor helpline-01822 819 786.
|1 delegate||2 – 3 delegates||4 – 6 delegates||7 – 8 delegates|
|£399||£225 each||£215 each||£195 each|
The Course Directors disbursements to and from the Course venue added at cost.
VAT will be added at the prevailing rate.
Every delegate who attends our DSE Assessor Training Course will be trained to fulfil the criteria in the DSE Regulations ensuring they are competent and confident to act as DSE assessors.
To do this we like to train the prospective DSE assessors in their offices, so we address any important issues that are pertinent to their environment.
Legal requirements the delegates needs to know to be a DSE assessor
Information about posture, workstation layout and problems that DSE assessors will come across
We look at the causes and the solutions ensuring a practical approach for delegates
|9.30||Coffee and registration|
|9.45||Introductions, course objective and structure
The Law and main health risks associated with DSE work
Knowledge of assessor requirements
Analysis and importance of good posture
|11.00||Ergonomic tea/coffee break|
|11.15||Analysis of display screen equipment
Analysis of workstation environment
Solutions available for problems at the workstation
Vision, eyesight testing, corrective visual appliances
Importance of postural change and of varying work activity
|13.30||Brief review of what has been been covered.
Analysis of the ergonomic checklist.
Practical assessments in the workplace
|15.45||Ergonomic tea/coffee break|
|16.00||Discussion and review
Books of reference, additional information on DSE regulations
|16.15||Test to prove the understanding of the course by the delegates|
|16.30||Close of course|