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The importance of display screen equipment assessments

09 November 2018

Display Screen Equipment (DSE) is a vital part of any office environment, but can also pose several health risks to users if not set up and used correctly.

Employers are responsible for providing regular assessments for staff to make sure that they are protected in the work place from the risks of DSE.

We have prepared a helpful infographic to allow you to see the risks that are posed when using DSE, and some statistics about DSE based injuries in the workplace.

This resource has been made into a downloadable PDF for you to save, print or share. Use the download button below to save this guide.

At Premierline, we have rigorous checks to make sure that our staff are protected from the risks of DSE, and would like to share this good practice with you so that you can do the same for your staff.

Click the button below to download our handy checklist as a PDF document to print out and share with your staff.

Finding the right insurance for your office can be a challenge. You may need cover that can protect your buildings and contents as well as employers' liability insurance if you employ staff.

Whether you require office insurance or home business insurance, Premierline can help. You can compare quotes online from some of the UK’s leading insurers or call us for expert recommendations and insurance advice.

It is important to make sure that you have the right insurance in place to protect the business that you have built. Every business is different and has its own business insurance needs, which is why we work with some of the UK’s most well-known insurers to ensure that you are getting the right insurance cover for your business.
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