This one day online course provides guidance with assessing musculoskeletal risk during sustained mobile work, for example:
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Mobile and Home Working Assessors Course is a 1-day NISO Certified course.
The Mobile and Home Working Assessors Course is now available online. Check dates of courses, price and availability by clicking here.
This Course now includes Home Working.
How we work has changed a great deal over the last decade. Mobile device developments have left many business uncertain about the best way to manage the risks that they bring with them. The main types of question raised are:
Who is it for?
This course is aimed at employers and employees who want to answer those questions and to proactively and effectively manage the ergonomic health risks associated with mobile working. This includes the use of mobile devices (smartphones, phablets, tablets, laptops and notebooks etc.) for work purposes, in whatever type of location that occurs.
The key ergonomic health risks, which this course addresses, are musculoskeletal injury and digital eye strain. The three key areas to consider when managing the ergonomic health risks of mobile working are: equipment, expectations and education.
This course provides guidance with assessing musculoskeletal risk during sustained mobile work, for example:
The course includes both theory and practical exercises.
Modular format with informal discussions, a workshop and group work.
Participants will receive two training books (slide notes and a comprehensive set of notes).
Our instructors are well qualified and experienced: they are health and safety professionals who can teach. We pride ourselves, since 1988, of training health and safety professionals who contribute everyday to make Irish workplaces safer.
2 February 2021; 09.00–17.00hrs, 9 March 2021; 09.00–17.00hrs
Online, NISO Training Centre, A11 Calmount Park, Ballymount, Dublin 12, D12 EH21.