About this course
Our VDU Ergonomics Assessors training provides participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to assess visual display units (VDU) in the workplace in accordance with the requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007.
This course is intended for health and safety representatives, small business owners/managers and nominated persons who intend to assess and monitor the correct and safe use of visual display units within their organisation.
The duration of this course is one day
Legal requirements under current Health & Safety legislation
Risks associated with Visual Display Unit usage
Hazards associated with Visual Display Unit usage
Ergonomics of computer workstations and surrounding environment
Identifying and applying control measures
Skills demonstration and application
On successful completion of this programme learners will receive a certificate issued by DX2 Training Solutions.
Certificate of completion
Comprehensive course notes and resources
Learner skill and knowledge will be continually assessed throughout the duration of the course.
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Our VDU/Ergonomics Assessors Instructors
Troy has been a consultant with DX2 Training Solutions since 2011, he currently holds a BBS in emergency services and a Dip in emergency medical technology from Northeastern university in the USA giving him Paramedic status here in Ireland. Troy is a multi disciplined instructor delivering multiple courses across our suite, his instructor qualifications are visible on his Linkedin profile. Troy has a keen interest in running and cycling and is also a avid golfer.
Dan is a qualified paramedic with a diploma in Emergency medical technology from Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Along with Dan’s many years of clinical practice he also holds a Cardiac First Responder Instructor certificate and a diploma in continuing education and training from NUIM.