Display Screen Equipment Awareness Training Doncaster

DTC Professional Training are currently providing Display Screen Equipment Awareness Training Courses for businesses in Doncaster.

A survey of Safety Representatives by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) found that Injuries and illness caused by poor use of Display Screen Equipment and repetitive strain Injuries together with stress or over work were among their major concerns. Employers have to ensure that adequate Display Screen Equipment Awareness Training Doncaster is provided for users or potential users in the use of any workstation and refresher training following any reorganisation.

Risks to typical users should be low if the Display Screen Equipment Regulations are complied with and ergonomic principles are taken into account in the design, selection, installation and use of the equipment; the design of the workplace; and the organisation of the task.

However, it is important not to be complacent about this. Display Screen Equipment workers are so numerous that low risk to the average individual may still equate to many thousands of cases of ill health in the working population. In addition, risks to individuals in a particular workplace may not remain low if control measures are poorly designed from the start, or if circumstances change.

Display Screen Equipment Awareness Training in Doncaster

The provision of Display Screen Equipment Training and risk assessment online has become more common. The risk assessment however still has to be managed and made appropriate to the particular workplace and setting and reviewed from time to time. Various studies have revealed that users of any e-learning package lose concentration after 30-40 minutes.

At £35.00 per Delegate In-House and £65.00 per Delegate in our Classroom this course is competitively priced short in duration but provides personal, practical assistance.

Display Screen Equipment Awareness Training Doncaster

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Course Content

  • Legislation
  • Identifying who is a USER
  • Musculoskeletal Problems
  • Visual Problems
  • Psychological Problems
  • Risk Assessment