Display Screen Equipment Toolbox Talk (UK) Mobile App
The use of computer monitors and display screens for extended periods of time have been known to cause pain in hands, wrists, shoulders, neck or back.
How does it work?
Upper limb disorders are often caused by poor work habits, poor workstation layout or improper use of workstation components. Screen resolution, brightness and viewing angles also affect the user. Employers have the responsibility, and are required by law, to ensure that all workstations should meet minimum requirements that are set out in the DSE Regulations Plan, allow more frequent shorter breaks, ensure is that eye health information is available, and training provided for a safe work environment. The Display Screen Toolbox Talk (UK) incorporates illustrations for appropriate seating and workstation arrangements that will help alleviate pain and eyestrain.
You can find more Toolbox Talk forms for the UK in the GoCanvas store.