Measuring Noise at Work
Sound Advice Acoustics carries out noise at work assessments for everything from complex high volume factories to small family run businesses.
The Noise at Work surveys undertaken will help you achieve your legal responsibilities under the Control of Noise at Work Regulations, and will include our recommendations for the level of hearing protection required for your employees and also the sound insulation options available to you.
Why do I need a noise at work survey?
The survey is a legal requirement and helps make sure that anyone working in a high level noise environment does not suffer potential damage to their hearing and is supplied the correct level of ear protection.
Employer Legal requirements
- Assess the risks to your employees from noise at work
- Take action to reduce the noise exposure that produces those risks
- Provide your employees with the right hearing protection if you cannot reduce the noise exposure enough by using other methods
- Make sure the legal limits on noise exposure are not exceeded
- Provide your employees with information, instruction and training
- Carry out health surveillance where there is a risk to health
ENQUIRY REQUEST FORM
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Easy to understand reports
The calculations are carried out based on the individual activities at each operator position within your premises. Reports are written for ease of understanding, delivering precise data and our recommendations, whilst also meeting the requirements for your Health & Safety policy or inspectorate.
Specific data sheets are included within the report that gives guidance to the internal noise levels at each employee position. As well as the calculated level, the data sheet also includes the time limits to which operators are permitted to remain at this position without exceeding the stipulated action levels.
A quick response every time
Regardless of the size or nature of your business, we deliver high quality professional service and expertise together with over 50 years of practical knowledge and experience in every form of noise control methods within the workplace.
For further information on noise at work regulations or how we can help your business meet its legal obligations, contact us today.