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In January 1992, six regulations on Health and Safety at Work were introduced. Most of the requirements of these Regulations were not new, they simply spelt out in more detail what a responsible employer should already have been doing to comply with the requirements of the 1974 Health and Safety at Work Act.

The Health and Safety at Work act fully outlines the requirements for employers within the workplace. Full information on this legislation can be found on their website www.legislation.gov.uk a link to which you will find on your dashboard.

There are a large number of requirements that employers are required by law to adhere to, during this training session we will focus specifically on the Display Screen Equipment (DSE) regulations.

The HSE has produced a manual specifically focusing on DSE, this is titled; Work with display screen equipment: Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992 as amended by the Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002. A copy of which is available on your dashboard.

This guide provides comprehensive regulatory guidance on how to comply. Acknowledging the prevalence of such screens in wider environments, it addresses both office and non-office usage with information on each main aspect of the Regulations with relevant extracts (full citation also included).

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 requirements and monitoring user routines are assessed, as well as specifics such as portable DSE usage and work with a mouse, trackball or other pointing devices.