Several tasks require the use of display screen equipment. Everyone seems to spend the majority of their workday staring at a screen, including office workers, security personnel, and personal assistants. Although being a necessary component of the modern workplace, there are steps people may do to lessen the hazards of prolonged DSE exposure.
This course gives you a thorough primer on evaluating display panel hardware. The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Rules are introduced at the outset, together with the responsibilities of both the employer and the employee. The minimal workstation criteria that must be met are also covered in detail in the training, and you will also receive a number of advice to assist you manage and reduce DSE threats.
- Details about the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Rules, including the justification for their creation
- Employer obligations with respect to the DSE Regulations, including the provision of eye care, training, and information, are the minimum standards that all workstations covered by the Rules must meet.
- How to perform a workstation assessment as well as details on its format
- Advice on reducing and preventing DSE hazards at work
- The crucial elements everyone must take into account when performing assessments
- Become knowledgeable about the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Rules and how they affect the workplace
- Understanding the DSE Regulations' rights and responsibilities with regard to employers and users
- Being aware of the requirements that each workstation subject to the DSE Rules must adhere to
- Understanding how to perform a workstation evaluation and the key points you must bear in mind each time you do one
- Getting practical advice on how to manage and lower DSE risks at your place of employment
Unit 01: Display Screen Equipment Legislation
Unit 02: Minimum Workstation Requirements
Unit 03: Employer Obligations
Unit 04: Workstation Assessments
Unit 05: Tips for the Control and Prevention of Display Screen Equipment Risks
There are no prerequisites to enrol in the courses.
Depending on the instructional modules, each course has a different length. It is indicated in the course details for each course.
Modules make up the course structure. The average study time for each module is between 20 and 90 minutes. The amount of time spent on each module is entirely up to the individual pupils.
Any internet-connected device can be used to study the course at any time.
There would be an MCQ Multiple Choice Questionnaire test after all the modules were completed. The questions must be answered online at a time and place of your choosing, and they will be drawn from the modules.
The test’s passing score is 70 percent.
If the user didn’t pass the exam the first time, he/ she will have more chances to retake it after additional study. The exam can be taken more than once.