Following recent Government announcements regarding remote working the requirements to accommodate temporary arrangements for employees have changed for most organisations. Now a more permanent need for remote working is required, shifting the employer obligations to comply with legal requirements for ergonomic training and testing.
Shannon Chamber, in partnership with our HR partners Adare Human Resource Management, has the solution to ensure your organisation is compliant with the latest legislation through our online DSE Training and Ergonomics Assessments.
Our solution includes DSE Training and Ergonomics Assessment:
We provide online training for employees to ensure that they understand and manage their workstations correctly and in a responsible manner in line with the legislation and recommendations from the Health & Safety Authority (HSA). As part of the online DSE training, employees are taken through a series of exercises and questions that help identify potential risks.
After the completion of the training, employees then take part in an online ergonomic risk assessment. This can be completed by employees working remotely or office-based. Following the online ergonomic risk assessment, an individual report is produced for each employee. The report, which is sent directly to the employer, details issues that have been identified by the employee and include guidance on corrective actions provided by our Senior Health & Safety Consultant.
This new DSE assessment and training is funded via Skillnet Ireland’s ReBound initiative and is provided free of charge to companies operating in the manufacturing and aviation sectors.
To book an assessment, please register your details via the Book Now link or, to find out more about this new DSE offering, contact email@example.com
Please note the dates for assessments will be arranged individually for each company.
We will be in touch to arrange your assessment date in October when online booking is summited via website.
Please register online to secure your place. This session is Free of Charge for SME companies in Aviation and Manufacturing sectors.
All other companies who do not qualify, please register on the following link
Shannon Chamber Skillnet is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland and member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science.
For further information please visit www.skillnetireland.ie