WFH introduces a different set of Health & Safety challenges from the conventional office working environment. Elements to consider include: DSE Workstation Assessments, Homeworking Policies, Risk Assessments, PAT testing, Incident reporting, Trips & Hazards, Temperature, Ventilation & Lighting, Fire Safety, First Aid, Lone worker considerations


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At DSE.Health we offer an integrated Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Training Course, WFH Risk Assessment and DSE Self Assessment, linked to a Self Assessment Management Platform. Protect your workers and prevent claims, wherever they work.

07542 156015

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

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Ergability provides chartered ergonomics (also known as human factors), Display Screen Equipment (DSE) risk management and occupational health and rehabilitation services across the UK. We provide integrated services across all sectors and have experience in working with diverse range of clients.

Caerphilly, CF83 3GS


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We are workstation problem solvers with over 26 years’ experience treating and assessing individuals with all manner of issues. Workstation Assessments are currently available via video call and on site at your desk (if safe to do so).



Whether your employees are WFH or in the office, there are always safety risks. If you are introducing a flexible working, making a permanent change requires the right procedures to ensure your business stays compliant and your employees remain safe. We  are your local H&S consultancy providing support for outsourced H S services or one-off projects for start-ups & established SMEs.

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Vitrue Health offers remote working wellbeing and desk assessments for laptop workers. This technology, developed by physiotherapists, was originally used to more accurately assess patients in clinics

5-7 Buck St., Camden, London, NW1 8NJ



Creating the most work conducive environment within the WFH zone requires careful consideration of practical, wellbeing and aesthetic products. The correct furniture, lighting, décor and other elements are directly relatable to employee satisfaction and productivity levels


When implemented correctly, the financial, wellbeing and environmental benefits of WFH can be significant for both employer and employee. Whether considering home working for one or multiple employees, ensure the business, financial, wellbeing and environmental benefits are all considered