Noise measurement tips
05 February 2019
Join the 50 year old noise measurement experts Pulsar Instruments on their face-to-face training courses and gain vital insight into how to manage the noise measurement process in the workplace.
The one-day courses are intended to meet the needs of those new to noise at work measurement or in need of a refresher. This course is particularly suited to those who are thinking of purchasing new noise monitoring equipment and would benefit from practical, expert noise at work advice.
The aim of the course is to raise awareness of noise as a risk, increase safety practitioners' knowledge of how to monitor noise and the current legislation together with encouraging safer behaviours and correct use of hearing PPE.
Enough information is presented to allow anyone to take compliant noise measurements; the theory is limited to that which is vital to understanding the measurement process. This year there will be a greater emphasis on the practical workshop so attendees can come away knowing exactly what to measure, where, when and how. Attendees will also have an opportunity to look at what to do with their measurements once taken including how to make HSE compliant reports.
Current course dates are: Wednesday 13 March 2019 – National Railway Museum, York; Tuesday 11 June 2019 – Birmingham Science Museum; Wednesday 18 Sept. 2019 – National Railway Museum, York.