Starting with posture, sitting and standing

Training on maintaining good posture whilst seated

Chair height easily explained

Sitting at the right height is explained

Introduce a footrest if your feet are not taking weight

Why introducing a footrest can be the right thing to do

Position your armrests correctly

Training delivered on correct positioning of armrests

Problems with fixed arms sometimes: extending

Typical bad practices exposed

Position your monitor properly

Clear instructions on positioning your monitor

Mouse position

Mouse positioning and usage explained

Laptop and mobile best practice

Typical bad practices exposed

Laptop positioning

Lots of good guidance in the use and positioning of Laptops and tablets

Use voice commands

DSeasy includes best ways to use mobiles as well, using voice commands for example

Advice of risk

Advice to prevent physical, visual and mental risks given

Desk positioning

Such as this one on visual risk

Plan your day with breaks

The importance of taking 'breaks' and changing position through the day is classified as IMPORTANT

Listen to your body, any twinges?

DSeasy concludes by asking us all to listen to our bodies

DSeasy's online DSE Training Course gives clear, concise and easy to follow instructions on how to setup and use workstation equipment
Online DSE Training Interactivity
  • Learning how to improve your posture and reduce the risk of RSI, WRULDS or MSDs is not a game so we don’t use a game or virtual workstation.
  • Clear imagery gives you a realistic indication of the right approach to assessing your workstation.
  • This engages the user more with their own workstation rather than a virtual workstation in the software.
  • DSEasy interlaces the Knowledge Check questions and the self-assessment questions, within the training pages.
  • You can have DSEasy customised to insert your own workstation equipment, to make the programme relevant to your users.
  • Link pages to your Intranet
  • Link pages to a chair manufacturer’s instructions
Imaginative Imagery
Quality, relevant imagery instantly improves the user understanding.
DSE training: Content

Sit Well.

Chair height.
Distance to and from your workstation and keyboard.
Lumbar support including the importance of always keeping your back in contact with your backrest.
Angle of back support, including the importance of making adjustments through the day.
Typical poor postures exposed and the why nots explained.
Stretching exercise.

Organise Your Desktop.

Monitor Placement.
Monitor Height.
Monitor focal length.

Mobile Working.


Your Environment.



Physical Risks.
Visual Risks.
Mental Risks.

Postural Changes.

When and how to change posture.


Complete the training program with a series of exercises, both sitting down and standing up.

Customise Training Images.

Images are always subjective and some you’ll like and some you won’t.
Any images you don’t like can be changed to ones you do.
For example in DSEasy the default image regarding mental risks shows some angst.

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Maybe you’d prefer something a bit more positive like the image below.

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Just let us know and we’ll make the changes for you.

Customise the Copy.

Writing copy for a generic E-learning programme such as DSEasy does mean that not all supporting copy will suit all customers.
Therefore let us know your prefered copy
For example Eye Sight Test advice with your instructions.
Here is the original version

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And now yours…

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Just let us know and we’ll make the changes for you.