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10 years

Celebrating 10 Years of Visualise Training and Consultancy

We are celebrating a decade of incredible work dedication towards the cause at Visualise Training and Consultancy! It’s been a journey marked by resilience, transformation, ...
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Is it time for The HSE to review DSE assessments?

Is it time for The HSE to review DSE assessments?

Founding Director of Visualise Training and Consultancy Dan Williams looks at Display Screen Equipment (DSE) assessments to see if they should go further than just ...
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Access to Work…or Delayed Access to Work?

The government’s Access to Work scheme has been a lifesaver for thousands of people with hearing or sight loss. It has enabled them to enter ...
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Inaccessible Kitchen

Inaccessible Kitchen Nightmares – A Letter to Domestic Appliance Manufacturers

Daniel Williams, Founding Director of Visualise Training and Consultancy, looks at accessibility challenges posed by domestic appliances Dear Domestic Appliance Manufacturers, As someone who is ...
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New eLearning course enhances skills and accessibility when assisting patients with sight loss in Nottinghamshire

A new Online Visual Impairment Training Course will be launched in the new year to help optical and healthcare staff and professionals in Nottinghamshire develop ...
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Wow Ergonomics

We appeared on Wow Ergonomics to talk about the work Visualise do and discuss many DSE (Display Screen Equipment) assessments
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Visual Impairment in the Workplace Webinar

Register Now to receive your, free on demand webinar- Sight Loss Needn’t Mean Job Loss
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Photo of Daniel and his guide dog in a leafy park

Zodiac – A Blind Man’s Best Friend

Dan Williams discusses how life has changed for the better since his guide dog Zodiac arrived.
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“My eyesight is impacting me at work”

Losing eyesight is challenging, scary and disconcerting. Having to change the way you do things, adapting to new challenges and learning new skills can be ...
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Hearing Loss Needn’t Mean Job Loss – Help for Employers

Hearing loss, deafness and/or tinnitus affect 12 million UK people so being fully aware and catering for the requirements of any staff members with additional ...
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