Learn How to Monitor Noise with Casella
Casella is dedicated to reducing occupational health and environmental impact risks through effective monitoring solutions. As experts in noise monitoring, the company is ideally placed to offer clear and simple advice on how to monitor noise. Casella also provide guidance on choosing the most appropriate hearing protection if required, with aim of reducing long term hearing loss in workers.
Exposure to excessive noise is a major occupational hazard with prolonged over-exposure potentially leading to noise induced hearing loss therefore precautions must be taken in order to protect workers. While hearing protection, such as ear plugs and earmuffs are worn by workers to protect them against excessive noise, the best way to reduce hearing loss is by preventing it in the first place. Under legislation you need to assess the risk of hazardous noise levels. This can be carried out by competent individuals who are able monitor the working enviroment in order to provide advise on actions wich can be tajen to prevent employees suffering with occupational hearing loss. This solutions allows youto comly with regualtions as well as being both time saving and cost effective.
Hearing loss caused by work is preventable but once your hearing, or that of your workers, has gone it won't come back. Employers have a responsibility to ensure their employees are not exposed to excessive noise. Monitoring for noise is a great preventative measure that can be done by a competent person without it being too time consuming or costing a fortune.
Learn how to monitor noise
Casella run a full schedule of webinar sessions covering a range of noise related products and application training. The webinars provide insight to noise and how to monitor your work place. The booking process couldn't be easier, simply check the time and sign up to the relevant webinar session. If unavailable, simply request a link to the recording to watch at your convenience.
Visit our support pages to see the upcoming webinar sessions on Noise.