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New Pulsar Noise Awareness Courses increase understanding of measurement and control of noise in the workplace
23 January 2013
Sound Measurement equipment manufacturer, Pulsar Instruments is launching a new noise awareness course programme across the UK in a bid to help professionals, from any background, seeking an understanding on the key issues to the measurement and control of noise in the workplace...
Following last year's tremendous success, Pulsar Instruments plc are launching a new training programme for its popular noise awareness courses for 2011.
Pulsar is celebrating its 41st year in business this year and is drawing from its extensive experience of the noise measurement industry. The workshop program covers areas such as basic noise theory, the terminology used in noise measurement and also The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 and BS4142 Method for Rating Industrial Noise Affecting Mixed Residential and Industrial Areas. It also offers an interactive practical session where delegates get the opportunity to make some noise measurements under the guidance of experienced professionals.
Previous delegates have made the following comments:
"The range of content covered is very impressive. My knowledge has been expanded significantly"
"I enjoyed meeting other Health & Safety Officers and having the opportunity to use the Pulsar doseBadge system to establish whether the kit met our perceived requirements"
"The course helped me understand the many abbreviations etc and how to download my noise measurement data effectively."
The next course will take place at the Madejski Football Stadium in Reading on Wednesday 16th February 2011. For more information, a full list of our dates and venues for 2011 and to download a course booking form, visit our website www.pulsarinstruments.com. Alternatively, please contact our team on 01723 518011 or email email@example.com to discuss your specific requirements.