World Day for Safety and Health at Work is a day celebrated by the International Labour Organization. It’s part of a global strategy to reduce work-related injuries, diseases and fatalities worldwide by raising awareness of preventative safety and health. In many countries health and safety authorities, trade unions and health and safety practitioners organise activities to celebrate this day.
We have taken the initiative at The Interactive Health and Safety Company and made May the month to get on top of workplace DSE training – optimising seating position and workstation layout, screen position and keyboard and mouse use to help prevent headaches and eyestrain and health problems associated with poor posture. The beauty of our DSE training is its simplicity – a small adjustment to chair backrest, could make all the difference!
Are you sitting comfortably? How often do we really think about how we sit at work? In our hectic daily schedule, it’s often just a case of get to the office, sit down, head down, get on with it! But everyone who habitually uses a computer at work, even if they work from home should have Display Screen Equipment Training – it’s the law and it really makes sense.
If you have purchased one or more of our CD-ROM training programmes recently there is a chance that you haven't been told about our brilliant record-keeping system - our Reporting Suite? It automatically records all your staff training, so you know who has completed their training and how they did; it also stores a copy of their certificate.
This useful feature is automatically included in our ONLINE training, but isn't included in our CD-ROM based training.
We'd love you to try our ONLINE training, so you can try out the Reporting Suite and see all the other benefits of training ONLINE.
We're so keen that you experience our ONLINE system that we'd like to UPGRADE you - COMPLETELY FREE! If you would like to accept the free upgrade, it won't stop you using the CD-ROM, you can do both!
Simply contact us and we will upgrade you straight away.