course enquiry course enquiry Computer workstations or equipment can be associated with neck, shoulder, back or arm pains, fatigue and eyestrain. In the worse cases this can lead to repetitive strain injuries (RSI) and work related upper limb disorders (WRULD). It is a legal responsibility to assess the risks to employees using this type of equipment and to implement appropriate control measures. This course is designed to enable your nominated employees to undertake suitable and sufficient risk assessments and to take effective remedial action.

Who should attend the Display Screen Risk Assessment Course?

The course is for all personnel who are involved in assessing and controlling risks associated with display screen equipment in the workplace.

Duration: 1 day.

Venue: courses can be delivered on site or at selected venues.

Candidates who successfully complete the course will achieve an appropriate understanding of:

  • Recognise the ethical, legal and financial context of display screen risk assessment
  • Understand the concepts of hazard, risk and the severity of risk
  • Identify the staff groups & individuals likely to be affected.
  • Develop a display screen equipment risk assessment checklist
  • Evaluate the risks and develop solutions
  • Record your findings and implement an action plan
  • Monitor and review the action plan and assess its effectiveness
  • Decide what further action or data gathering, if any, is needed

In line with our objective of tailoring each course to the individual needs of each company, the course will include an assessment of a workstation in the employees’ workplace.