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A qualified engineer will visit your premises and make a detailed noise survey in line with the European Noise at Work Regulations. Personnel and specific jobs will be assessed for risk of hearing damage and advice given on any actions that may be needed, such as reducing the noise at source, changing work patterns or providing the correct type of hearing protection.
A typical noise survey will consists of the following:
After the initial briefing, and assuming your site regulations allow it, the engineer will be happy to work alone, so you can get on with your day without being interrupted.
For more details of the survey, please visit the Survey page.
A detailed Workplace Noise Risk Assessment Report will be provided, typically including the following elements:
You can find more information about the report contents on the Report page.
The HSE guidelines (Controlling Noise at Work, L108), clearly state that:
NoiseMeters will only send out engineers who have suitable and recognised qualifications, such as the Institute of Acoustics Certificate of Competence - Workplace Noise Risk Assessment. The engineers also have a great deal of experience in measuring noise and working out the most cost effective actions, if any are needed at all.
Read more about the engineers' qualifications at on our Qualifications page.
Booking a Noise Assessment
You can get a quick quotation for a noise assessment by using our Online Quote service. If you prefer to have a formal quotation sent through by email, or if you need a more complex survey than those covered by the online quote, then please use one of the following:
We are more than happy to offer advice on the best way to proceed, or to discuss whether a noise assessment is even necessary.
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