The DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course is a one-day, NISO certified course.
The role of the DSE/VDU Assessor is to assess the workstation of a user and to impart the knowledge required to work safely at a Display Screen Equipment (DSE) / Visual Display Units (VDU) workstation in accordance with the requirements of the 2007 General Application Regulations.
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DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course is a 1-day NISO Certified course.
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The DSE-VDU Assessor role is to assess the workstation of a user and to impart the knowledge required to work safely at a Display Screen Equipment (DSE) / Visual Display Units (VDU) workstation in accordance with the requirements of the 2007 General Application Regulations.
To provide the knowledge and skills necessary for the assessment of DSE/VDU in the workplace.
After completion of the course, you will be able to
Who should attend?
1 day from 9am to 5pm
The course is presented in a modular format and includes problem based learning and practical exercises.
At the end of the day, there is an exam that consists of multiple choice questions (MCQ). [Classroom-based courses only]
NISO provides a training pack.
Course Certificate / Validation
Participants who have successfully completed the course will be issued with a NISO certificate.
Q: What am I certified to do on completion of the DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course?
A: Upon successful completion of the 1-day DSE-VDU Risk Assessors Course in NISO, a learner will be certified as being competent to complete a Risk Assessment of a person’s DSE/VDU workstation in accordance with the requirements of the 2007 General Application Regulations.
These assessments are not focused on merely assessing a DSE/VDU Workstation, it is about ensuring the workstation is suitable for the person. To support the learner, a DSE/VDU template will be provided to each attendee on the course.
The learner will not be certified as being competent to training other personnel as DSE/VDU assessors.
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.
16 August 2022; 09.00–16.30hrs.