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DSE health problems user-based assessments of DSE health risks by David Travis

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Published by HSE Books in [Sudbury] .
Written in English


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At head of title: Health & Safety Executive.

StatementDavid Travis and Tanya Heasman.
SeriesHSE contract research report -- 198
ContributionsHeasman, Tanya., Great Britain. Health and Safety Executive.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22429751M
ISBN 100717616479
OCLC/WorldCa60224810

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  What is DSE? DSE is the abbreviation of the term Display Screen Equipment. It is a phrase that refers to the types of equipment you use regularly in an office environment. These include computer display screens as well as laptops, touch-screens and other similar devices. Health and Safety regulations were introduced in Scoping the main health risks associated with display screen equipment (DSE) work - including musculoskeletal disorders, visual fatigue and mental stress - it provides solution-based advice on avoidance and best practice regarding treatment and rehabilitation where they exist. Common issues like training needs, analysis of workstation. Display screen equipment refers to any device with an alphanumeric or graphic display screen. This includes desktop computers, laptops, phones and tablets. The Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations were drawn up (and amended in ) to protect DSE users: people who use DSE every day for more than an hour at a time. report faults, accidents, incidents or diagnosed chronic ill health conditions related to working with DSEs; DSE Assessors are appointed to deal with problems identified by the online module, which staff can’t change themselves. These bullet points are only a brief summary – the Standard sets out what needs to happen across the University.

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