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At DSE.Health we believe that worker wellbeing should be protected no matter where they work. At home, on customer sites or in the office.

Any employee who uses a screen for more than four hours a week is classified as a Display Screen Equipment (DSE) User. The Health & Safety (DSE) Regulations 1992, require these employees to have training in DSE use and have an assessment carried out on their workstation, even if that workstation is at home. Failure to comply with this legislation leaves companies vulnerable to claims and enforcement action, particularly since claims of sore necks etc are nearly impossible to dispute. DSE.Health Solutions can help to protect your workers and your bottom line.

We offer an integrated DSE Training Course and Self Assessment, linked to a Self Assessment Management Platform.

The DSE Training Course and Self Assessment is designed to walk workers through their DSE Assessment and ensure they understand the risks of DSE use, how to set up their workstations and how to look after their own wellbeing, wherever they work.

The Self Assessment Management Platform is designed to give employers the confidence that workers understand DSE risks and have workstation setups that minimize those risks.

Why This Is Important?
Poor DSE setups reduce productivity and can lead to serious health issues for workers. Furthermore, employers have a legal obligation to ensure workers physical and mental health is not negatively affected by their work. Specifically, under the Display Screen Equipment Regulations 1992 Employers are required to:
•  Conduct a workstation DSE Assessment
•  Reduce the risks of DSE
•  Provide eye tests
•  Provide information and training for workers

These regulations apply to office workstations, mobile workers home workers or hot-deskers. DSE.Health can help employers to discharge their Duty of Care to workers by providing integrated training and DSE assessments, linked to DSE risk reduction advice and a platform for managing DSE self Assessments and any issues arising e.g. eye tests, etc
 
Working from Home
Working from home has become an ongoing reality for many workers. With home working comes additional risk from DSE related injuries resulting from lack of training and poor DSE setup. 
Legal advice is that while employers could reasonably consider that working from home was temporary in 2020, this is no longer the case in 2021. This has the potential to leave employers vulnerable to litigation and claims
 
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DSE Training Course and Self Assessment
The DSE Training Course and Self Assessment is designed to walk workers through their DSE Assessment and ensure they understand the risks of DSE use, how to set up their workstations and how to look after their own wellbeing, wherever they work

Self Assessment Management Platform
The Self Assessment Management Platform is designed to give employers the confidence that workers understand DSE risks and have workstation setups that minimize those risks

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FAQs

What is DSE (Display Screen Equipment)?

According to the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) regulations 1992, DSE are devices or equipment that have an “alphanumeric or graphic display screen, regardless of the display process involved”, and include display screens such as televisions and video monitors, desktop computers, laptops, touch screens, other similar devices such as smart phones

Do I need a DSE Assessment?

Yes, If you use DSE for more than an hour per day.

Who is a DSE User?

The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) regulations 1992 describes a DSE user as an employee who:
‘Habitually uses display screen equipment as a significant part of his normal work’. 
This is defined as anyone who uses DSE at least daily, for continuous periods of an hour or more.

Do I need DSE training?

Yes, If you use DSE for more than an hour per day.

What regulations Cover DSE?

The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) regulations 1992

What is a Workstation?

The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) regulations 1992 describes a workstation as an assembly of work equipment comprising:

display screen equipment and tools which help the user interface with it such as software, keyboard and mouse;
any optional accessories to the display screen equipment;
any disk drive, telephone, printer, document holder, work chair, work desk, work surface or other item peripheral to the DSE;
the immediate work environment around the display screen equipment.

 

REVIEWS

See customer reviews below!

Elosia Gomez-Castro

DSE.Health were great to work with, they were both friendly and professional. Our staff enjoyed the course and I found the Self Assessment Management Platform, excellent. It made DSE compliance easy!

 
 
 
 

COMPANY INFORMATION

Company Number

NI675010

Registered Address

41 Linenhall Street, Ballymena, Northern Ireland, BT43 5AJ

Company Type

Private limited Company

VAT No

365797244

Incorporated On

Dec 2020

Company Directors

Derek Robinson
Ellen Robinson
Jonny Barr
Sara Barr

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