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Safety Courses | Louth




Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations, 1997, employers are required to analyse DSE (Display Screen Equipment) workstations and work environments to assess the risks to the health and safety of the users and to reduce these risks to the lowest practicable level. Employers are required to pay particular attention to eyesight, physical difficulties and mental stress and carry out appropriate steps to control any risk identified.We provide a DSE assessment service to employers whereby one of our consultants visits your premises and carries out an assessment. Your DSE workstations are ergonomically assessed and recommendations are made to enable the employer and employee to adhere to the DSE regulations


Course Content:


  • Setting up of workstation, including:

  • Chair

  • Computer screen

  • Desk

  • Keyboard

  • Mouse

  • Laptop

  • Ancillary equipment




If you're like most people, you spend a good portion of your waking hours sitting at a desk or working with a computer. This time can become painful - and even unbearable - if you don't take steps to properly set up your workstation to work with your body and not against it. Therefore this course is for you.

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Safety Courses | Louth
Safety Courses | Louth
Safety Courses | Louth
Safety Courses | Louth
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