Display Screen Equipment Training | Online E-learning

Stay comfortable and safe when using computers and IT equipment

Without good display screen equipment training, using IT and display screen equipment incorrectly can lead to many health problems – some of them long-term and even disabling.

This online Display Screen Equipment training will give you practical guidance on how to use IT and display screen equipment correctly.
Through interactive, professionally developed e-learning, you will learn about the effects of poor and proper use, and the techniques to make you more comfortable and productive at your desk.
You will also learn about the importance of risk assessments, provisions for eye tests, and your employer’s legal obligation to protect you – including the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992.

What will I learn?

By the end of this Display Screen Equipment training online e-learning, you will be able to:

  • Explain what is meant by display screen equipment
  • Use DSE safely
  • Outline the relevant regulations and what they cover
  • Apply practical steps for safe DSE use
  • Describe how improper use of DSE can affect your health

Who should take this course?

This Display Screen Equipment training online e-learning is suitable for anyone who works with display screen equipment on a regular basis.
Applicants must be proficient in written and spoken English. (Contact us to find out about our bespoke multi-lingual courses.)

escalla Healthcare courses

escalla Healthcare is one of the UK’s leading healthcare education providers, and celebrates over 25 years of working in the health sector.
Our bespoke and off-the-shelf catalogue utilise the latest interactive learning techniques and platforms. Learners benefit from informative and engaging content, with built-in assessment, certification and hosting options.

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Course Content

  • Health effects of DSE 
  • Definitions 
  • Health and Safety Regulations 1992 
  • What do the Regulations cover? 
  • Getting comfortable 
  • Setting up your chair 
  • Workstations 
  • Monitors 
  • Positioning 
  • Desk area 
  • Minimum requirements