Display Screen Assessors Course
The aim of this half-day course is to equip delegates to take a lead role in assessing office workstations and the wider management of associated musculoskeletal disorders (MSD).
* To be able to state the basic HSG65 management cycle, and illustrate how this can apply to the control of MSD’s arising from display screen equipment (DSE) use.
* Understand the value of MSDs prevention.
* State the minimum equipment/environmental requirements for workstations, as specified in the Schedule of L26.
* Understand how the type of job/task can affect assessment (“occupational” factors).
* Understand how the correct set up of DSE can prevent MSDs, and state the ideal set up.
* Understand the “human” factors that can affect DSE users’ ability and willingness to use DSE correctly.
* Demonstrate some of the key skills in ensuring DSE users improve their work station.
* Develop an intervention hierarchy in the case of ill health arising from DSE use.
* State the key sources of law and guidance, and where they can
Prerequisites: None, just enthusiasm (basic spoken English/literacy does help).
Course date: Thursday 30th April 2020
Duration: Half day training course; 09:00—13:00
Course Tutors: Sarah Daniels/Richard Mills (Chartered Environmental Health Practitioners), who have spent over 50 years between them in profession. The RedCat Partnership has been providing health and safety training/ consultancy locally and nationally for 20 years.
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