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Noise measurement and management

Best practice workshop

Date
12 September 2024
Venue
Leicester, venue TBC

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 seek to ensure that employees in all industries are protected from excessive noise in the workplace that could damage their hearing.

Our ‘Noise measurement and management best practice’ workshop provides a good understanding of the regulations and the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) expectations.

It explains potential hearing damage risks, how to measure noise and what action is required when it regularly reaches certain levels.

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 seek to ensure that employees in all industries are protected from excessive noise in the workplace that could damage their hearing.

Our ‘Noise measurement and management best practice’ workshop provides a good understanding of the regulations and the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) expectations.

It explains potential hearing damage risks, how to measure noise and what action is required when it regularly reaches certain levels.

  • Find out about hearing damage risks and how to explain the consequences to staff in your organisation.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth eight hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Find out about hearing damage risks and how to explain the consequences to staff in your organisation.
  • If you are an IOSH member, this course is worth eight hours to add to your CPD record.
  • Understand noise terminology and the behaviour of sound.
  • Learn how to carry out basic noise measurements.
  • Understand what the HSE regulations require.
  • Recognise key performance issues around risk management best practice. 
  • Understand noise terminology and the behaviour of sound.
  • Learn how to carry out basic noise measurements.
  • Understand what the HSE regulations require.
  • Recognise key performance issues around risk management best practice. 

Health and safety professionals and anyone responsible for managing or controlling noise risks in the workplace.

Health and safety professionals and anyone responsible for managing or controlling noise risks in the workplace.

  • Type

    In-person

  • Date

    12 September 2024

  • Venue

    Leicester, venue TBC