Noise Testing & Controls
RECOVERY PARTNERS: THE SAFETY EXPERTS
Helping to protect workers against the negative impacts of excessive noise
Noise in the workplace can create physical and psychological stress, reduce productivity, interfere with communication, concentration, and contribute to workplace accidents and injuries. The effects of noise-induced hearing loss can be profound, limiting employee’s ability to hear high-frequency sounds, understand speech, and seriously impairing their ability to communicate. If your workplace exposes workers or other people to hazardous levels of noise, a risk assessment should be conducted which includes the use of a sound meter.
Our flexible approach means we can design a tailored program for your workplace. Our intensive programs include an initial consultation and assessment that offer hassle-free, long-term solutions.
Our noise testing and controls services include:
- A and C weighted noise measurements
- Hearing protection reviews
- Noise control strategies
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Get important tips on how to help recognise hazardous noise in the workplace.
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