Why Choose a HITE DSE Workstation Assessor? 

 
HITE DSE Assessors have 3 years full time training in the Alexander Technique , as well as their DSE Assessor Training and are expert in assessing and advising people in their workplace. 
HITE DSE Assessors will help you and your employees not simply meet the minimum legal guidelines, but will advise you on how to optimise your performance and minimise health risks in your workplace. 
HITE DSE Assessors have 'walked the walk' in making major changes in their own workstation habits and therefore guide you and your employees empathetically through a process of change. 
DSE Ergonomic Workstation Assessments can take place at your workplace or ours. 

HITE Standard DSE Workstation Assessments  The HITE Standard DSE Workstation Assessment meets the requirements of the Health and Safety (Display Screen Equipment) Regulations 1992 amended by the Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002. You will benefit from the expertise of a HITE assessor conducting a structured analysis of you and your employees in order to: identify any hazards and assess the risks to health ensure workstations meet requirements advise on breaks & changes in activity provide health & safety training & information advise on eyesight tests and glasses if required for DSE work. advise on need for further intervention 

“It is good to hear the personal background of the DSE Assessors. This helps to make you understand the impact of posture and sitting correctly.” 
JR - Community & Children’s Centre Manager 

HITE Enhanced DSE Workstation Assessments  The HITE Enhanced DSE Assessment ensures that not only are the minimum legal requirements met, but additionally provides: before & after photographs of posture detailed assessment report on habitual tension patterns and postural issues a one to one Alexander Technique session to improve awareness of posture detailed intervention plan a must for senior executives to maximise productivity and well being  In both cases we will advise on desks, ergonomic seating, lumbar supports, back rests, screens and positioning, multiple screens in trading and design environments, ergonomic mouse and keyboard use, foot and wrist rests, laptop stands, graphic pads and handheld devices such as the blackberry, iphone and ipad to help prevent RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) and WRULD (Work Related Upper Limb Disorders) and MSD's (Musculoskeletal Disorders) in your workplace.  Let HITE work with you proactively to enhance productivity, prevent problems occurring and thereby reduce extended periods of sickness and ill health and in extreme cases tribunal referrals or legal costs 

HITE Ergonomic Workstation Assessment for Children and Young People  Ensure your child is working at the computer in a healthy fashion by arranging a HITE assessor to look at and advice on posture and computer set up. HITE assessors are fully trained in the Alexander Technique, are qualified workstation assessors and are CRB checked. Please contact us to discuss your particular needs.  Make sure your child is working well and improve their posture and performance. Minimise back pain and RSI Includes looking at healthy ways to play and use computer games, mobile phone and other devices such as ipad, Wii, Nintendo DS, and XBox Arrange with other parents for a group workshop or course for a HITE tutor to deliver at your home  

“The assessment has enabled me to think carefully about how to use the equipment, but also to investigate a pain in my right shoulder that could be caused by an incorrect position.” 
GBC - Teacher 
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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY 

"My awareness of my body and how it works has increased. I am constantly aware of how I am standing walking and sitting. The pain has disappeared. I really enjoyed my sessions. Claire is an excellent teacher who is very informed and I have already recommended her to several friends." 
 
Commercial Property Developer - age 31, female 
"Much more aware of posture / bad habits and I think a much improved posture as a result of this awareness. It has also helped me re-prioritise and realise that work is not the be all and end all! Things will still get done even if I slow down! I have found the ‘hands on work particularly useful in reducing the pain. Sessions have been very beneficial." 
 
Banker – age 28, female 
 
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