Noise assessment to be undertaken at your ?? site using a Class 1 hand held unit and wearable noise sampling units (dosimeters).
· Noise exposure levels for at-risk workers based on personnel- or task-related measurements where the work permits, as required by the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005. These are commonly referred to as personal dose measurements. These are the dB(A) results which compare to the 80dB(A) and 85dB(A) regulatory limits.
· Peak noise levels, the dB(C) results which compare to the 135dB(C) and 137dB(C) limits.
· Analysis of the frequencies which make up the noise, (‘octave band analysis’).
· The report will contain recommendations for suitable hearing protection based on the octave band analysis, including assessment of both current hearing protection and performance of alternative models should the employer wish to change in the future. This is the preferred method for determining how well hearing protection models perform with the specific noise levels experienced.
· Advice on possible noise reduction or control measures (engineering controls, job rotation, etc.) as appropriate, along with how the health surveillance element of Regulations may apply to the site.
Quote is inclusive of all costs and includes employer’s report. Reports are provided as PDF