Noise Risk Assessments

By: BLS Asbestos  14/03/2014
Keywords: asbestos, Risk Assessments, health and safety training

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 were put in place to protect those who have to work in noisy environments, and lowered the legally acceptable noise level allowed in a workplace. BLS can provide a fully competent noise assessor who will visit your premises to undertake an assessment to ascertain noise exposure, identify noise hazards and provide direction as to the measures required to reduce or eliminate the risks and protect your employees. Our experts are recognised by the Institute of Acoustics and use relevant instrumentation, measurement, calibration and analysis techniques to ensure accurate readings and advice. On completion of the assessment you will be provided with a written report outlining recommendations to ensure you comply with your obligations under the Control of Noise at Work Regulations.

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