VDU/DSE Risk Assessor Training

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VDU/DSE Risk Assessor Training

VDU/DSE Risk Assessor Training

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Unit C1 Centrepoint Business Park Oak Drive D12XK77 Dublin 12 Ireland

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About this event

  • 7 hours 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

As we are all aware, going forward, there will be new norms of social distancing and new policies to be implemented.

The benefits of completing the training via Zoom

  • Full compliance with social distancing.
  • You can do the training outside of the office.
  • The logistics of managing training are quite easy, as each individual will be sent a meeting request from Guardian Safety.
  • We will manage everything on your behalf.
  • You do not have to travel to training therefore there are no liability risks.
  • Training materials (PowerPoint presentations, administration documents that include sign-in sheets, course notes, certificate template) are generated electronically, therefore always available.
  • Participants will also receive, complementary 1 license: Assessing Display Screen Equipment.

Course Duration: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Who Should Attend:VDU/DSE Risk Assessor Training Course is the ideal course for safety officers, maintenance managers, supervisors, safety reps, and members of staff who are involved in safety.The course gives learners the skills necessary to carry out VDU/DSE safety risk assessments in compliance with current regulations.

The course is highly interactive and will use practical assessment and interactive learning throughout the course.


The course will run through Zoom.You will need a PC with audio/video, Internet, and room for the practical side. Make sure you are running a browser (google chrome, firefox, etc) and the Zoom application is installed. You will receive an invitation from the designated tutor.

The course covers a number of topics including:

  • Legislation
  • Ergonomics and Anthropometrics
  • Occupational Injuries
  • Hazard Identification
  • Ergonomic Factors
  • Health Promotion
  • Case studies, group discussion
  • Practical Workshop
  • Assessment Techniques