Noisy workplace? Don't get caught!
25 February 2014
Avoid putting your employees’ hearing at risk and costly compensation claims by investing in a Pulsar Noise Measurement kit while complying with the latest Noise at Work Regulations.
Loss of hearing can happen in a wide range of industries such as manufacturing but also in the entertainment, transport and construction industries. Recent court cases include an employee being exposed to excessive noise from machinery without hearing protection over a long period of time, resulting in permanently damaged hearing.
Consequently, employers and safety practitioners have a duty to be well informed on how to manage this area effectively. This is to ensure that safety measures to identify the noise source and reduce noise exposure are in place in order to avoid putting workers’ hearing at risk and costly compensation claims for noise-induced hearing loss.
Pulsar Instruments plc has 45 years’ experience in the field of acoustics and is an expert when it comes to providing solutions to safety professionals for their occupational noise measurements. All Pulsar noise meters are designed to be simple to use and effective whilst complying with European standards. The company specialises in sound level meters to suit all budgets and offers instruments suitable for a wide range of applications.
Pulsar Sound Level Meters and noise dosimeters allow users to make a representative measurement for each job function and establish the exposure levels of noise. Instruments are usually purchased as part of a complete noise measurement kit, containing everything required to carry out a compliant noise survey.
Any employer looking for affordable and practical solutions for workplace noise issues can invest in a Pulsar Instruments’ sound level meter for as little as £300.00. Pulsar Instruments is celebrating 45 years in business this year and will be exhibiting its entire product range at the Safety & Health Event, NEC, Birmingham - 11-13th March – STAND F33.
Discover why health and safety professionals choose Pulsar Instruments above the rest. Information is also available at www.pulsarinstruments.com. Alternatively, please contact the team on 01723 518011 or email email@example.com to discuss your specific noise measurement requirements.