We also provide other assessments :
Standard DSE Assessments
Every employee working regularly at a workstation should have one of these. Lasting around 20 minutes, the Assessor will assess the workstation to make sure it is set up correctly and to identify any risks.
Advanced DSE Risk Assessments
These are one to one sessions and take between forty five minutes to an hour with the employee and are mainly for those with musculoskeletal injuries such as back pain, neck pain or a Work Related Upper Limb Disorder (WRULD).
The Assessor will address both the employee’s ailment and their posture.
Ergonomic items and assistive technology may be recommended to help increase that person’s comfort levels at work.
Clinical DSE Assessments
A clinical DSE Assessment carried out by one of our highly trained clinicians may be suitable for a user who:
- Has a long history of medical intervention
- A severe disability or impairment
- Needs specialist equipment
- Has a complex/multiple condition(s)
Maternity DSE Assessments
These take about 45 minutes per person and include a report with recommendations on what should be done over the two trimester periods whilst at work.
Home Worker Assessments
These can be simple home workstation assessments or more complex depending on the employee’s circumstances and/or ailment.
Our assessors will visit your employee’s home to carry out a thorough DSE Risk Assessment, which will include recommendations to ensure a safe and comfortable work environment at home.
Online DSE Self Assessments
Our very popular and easy to use online DSE Self Assessment solutions are designed to save time and money when there are many workstations and/or they are geographically spread making a traditional assessment too costly.
Our DSE Self Assessment software is designed to allow your staff to simply click on a link (sent by e mail) and complete a 15-20 minute DSE Course and subsequent DSE Assessment module. This allows HQ to manage the Assessments nationwide from a desktop. Call 0370 118 8000 to arrange your free trial.
Fire Risk Assessments
From 1st October 2016, The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 requires that the Responsible Person in any non domestic premises carries out a fire risk assessment to reduce or eliminate the risk of fire and to identify persons at risk.