Display Screen Equipment

This online training course is a fantastic way to provide awareness on the subject of Display Screen Equipment (DSE). Display Screen Equipment training and completing a workstation assessment is a legal requirement under the Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992.

ProCompliance has developed this eLearning course in line with relevant guidance and best practices and seek our content from trusted resources so you can be confident that the content you deliver to your staff is accurate, up to date, and most importantly, compliant!

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Learning outcomes

Target audience

The target audience for this course is all employees that use a computer or portable DSE device.

Learning Path

In this section we look at what different varieties of Display Screen Equipment and where and when you’re likely to use them

Time: Approximately 9 minutes

In this section we will learn how to correctly set up your workstation which is in most cases your common place of work.

Time: Approximately 7 minutes

This section looks at the use of various portable devices you are likely to use in your working day, including using multiple screens on your common workstation

Time: Approximately 6 minutes

This section looks at the various types of exercises you can do throughout the day to prevent musculoskeletal diseases and RSI whilst working on Display Screen Equipment.

Time: Approximately 8 minutes

This section looks at what a DSE workstation assessment is, how to complete one and then we’ll provide you with an online assessment to complete.

Time: Approximately 8 minutes

Frequently Asked Questions

Display Screen Equipment (DSE) training is a course that teaches you how to avoid health risks and work comfortably with DSE. The course also helps you prevent or reduce musculoskeletal problems, such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), that can result from bad working habits. Having a good working space is important for your posture, which can affect your vital organs if you are not sitting right.

You will learn the correct workstation setup and how individuals can protect their health and well-being. Improper working stations can pose health risks, so ProCompliance has developed this eLearning course in line with relevant guidance and best practice, and we obtain our content from trusted resources, ensuring that we are delivering you content that is up-to-date and trustworthy.

This display equipment training course can help individuals adhere to correct work practices in their work environment and understand why safe practices are important. At the end of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion.

A DSE assessment is when checks are carried out to assess and improve your workstation to prevent any health problems, either short or long-term from using the equipment. Your posture, potential eye strain, comfort, and other areas that may be negatively impacted by incorrect workstation set up are assessed.

DSE can contribute to work-related ill-health if used incorrectly, as it can cause musculoskeletal disorders due to poor posture and repetitive strain injuries, which can occur from sustained incorrect working practices. It is important that individuals understand the risks associated with DSE use and how to reduce or prevent the likelihood of these occurring. This course will teach employees how to correctly set up their workstations and implement correct posture techniques and limit the risk of injury.

Compliance training is a legal requirement for employers, and this DSE training course can help fulfil this obligation. Having employees fully trained in safe working practices can reduce the likelihood of work-related injuries and accidents occurring in the workplace. By providing employees with suitable training, employers can show their commitment to health and safety while also reducing the costs associated with any ill health or claims due to incorrect working practices.

After completing your course: