A workstation assessment can help to reduce the risks of Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), Upper Limb Disorder (UPLD) and eye strain.
VDU/DSE assessments will not only ensure that workstations are set up encourage good posture, but, as they are a legal requirement, they will ensure employers comply with their duties under health & safety legislation
Employees who regularly work from home and use a computer must have their workstation assessed in accordance with Schedule 4, Regulation 72 SHWW (General Application) Regulations 2007
LCE are the recognised experts in ergonomics in Ireland. Ita Leyden of LCE, presents workshops on ergonomic assessments for the HSA and ensures all assessors are trained to her exacting standards
If you have been requested by a medical practitioner for a staff member to have an ergonomic workstation assessment, you need a competent and qualified ergonomics specialist to undertake the assessment and supply you with an detailed report – LCE can do this, as we are Ergonomics Specialists.