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NOISE MONITORING SYSTEM
The noise at work regulations set the level at which hearing protection is required. Our expert assessor carries out full noise assessment to assess each noise level on site.
In areas where the sound levels are not always high, it is reasonable to remove hearing protection much of the time.
Anderson Noise Monitoring System mounted in a suitable position and set to trigger at the correct level gives a clear indication to workers nearby.
The industrial version of the popular Anderson Noise Warning Sign is a wall mounted sound level monitor that clearly indicates when staff should reduce the noise level or fit hearing protection.
Attractive design for use in public areas:
Green = Monitoring / Yellow = Getting loud / Red = Too loud
Warning level adjustable from 40 to 115 dB(A)
Data Logging option
√ Factories and other industrial areas
√ Plant with noise levels that throughout the day
√ Areas with intermittent noise
√ Hospitals, schools and offices
As a business, it is your obligation to keep employees knowledgeable about the risks of occupational noise in the workplace. Occupational noise requirements must be adhered to in order to prevent temporary and permanent injuries to workers.
In industrial work environments, there are many noise risks to be mindful of. It is important to understand, identify and manage potential risks to maintain a safe work environment. This induction course is designed to teach you about relevant responsibilities and the requirements for preventing occupational noise induced injuries in the workplace.
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