E-learning Course Introduction
The overuse of muscles in the hands, wrists, arms and shoulders can lead to occupational overuse syndrome, or RSI. RSI risk assessment is designed to give managers the skills needed to quickly identify those in the workplace at risk of RSI and how to find ways of reducing the risks using safe methods of work.
The RSI risk assessment course is delivered online and it provides managers with the following information which can be implemented in the workplace:
- Environmental factors
- Existing medical conditions and RSI
- The importance of activity breaks
- Stress caused by contact
- Static exertion
- Repetitive movements
- Excessive force
Who is the RSI Risk Assessment Course Aimed Towards?
The course is designed to help managers reduce the risk of RSI within the organisation. This course is also ideal for anyone who performs repetitive tasks who are at risk of contracting RSI. The course is available in audio and non-audio and can be taken at times to suit the employee and the candidate as the skills are taught via e-learning.
Gain a Recognised Qualification
Those who attend the course can show on their CV that they have received training in RSI Risk Assessment.
This is a short course lasting just 10 minutes so it is easy to offer the training to all employees within the organisation.
Assessment and Success
Upon successful completion of the course managers will know how to recognise those in danger of RSI and workers will learn how they can reduce and control the risks caused by repetitive work.
Benefits for Employers
Employers need to show that they provide adequate training for all their employees. It is important to comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act which states that all employers must do everything practical to ensure the health and safety of their workers.