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Display screen equipment (DSE) courses in Peterborough

Identify hazards through our DSE Courses.

If you are reading this page, you are probably at a computer or digital device. The HSE state on its websiteAs an employer, you must protect your workers from the health risks of working with display screen equipment (DSE), such as PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones.” This course is designed to meet Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992, which is aimed at a worker who uses DSE daily, for an hour or more at a time and is classified by the HSE as a ‘DSE user’.

Improper DSE practices can lead to pain in your employees’ necks, shoulders, backs, arms and wrists but also hinder their eyesight and create fatigue. It is also required by law to routine do DSE routines.

Throughout our DSE course, our team teach you to identify possible hazards within your work environment and also what to look out for when completing a DSE assessment and teaches you how best to make sure your workstation is aligned with health and safety regulations, such as the best practices for keyboards, mousepads, display screens, software, furniture, work environment, telephones and mobiles devices. 

If you can become overbearing trying to comb through the information about DSE, which is why through our course, we ensure we only provide you with the knowledge you need to comply with health and safety regulations. DSE laws apply to those at a fixed workstation, mobile workers, home workers and those who routinely move from one desk to another (hot-desking). Does any of these sound like your work environment? Then contact our team today, so book yourself or your dedicated health and safety personnel to attend the course; our DSE courses take place within Peterborough or one of our other venues that best suits you. 

What next?

Should you wish to book a course or if you require more information, then please call 01733 237115 or email

Prices for this course are on request as we tend to deliver the training on the customers premises.