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The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 requires employers to identify significant noise risks in the workplace and, where necessary, prevent or reduce the risks posed from exposure to noise at work.
As a business, you have a duty to assess the risks which affect your employees, understand relevant noise limits and take action to reduce exposure to health and safety risks.

Why do I need noise monitoring?

Part of your noise assessment may require physical data to quantify the levels of noise your staff are exposed to. Noise monitoring ensures that workers are not exposed to levels of noise that could cause permanent hearing damage, such as tinnitus or hearing loss.

The assessments can also be used to ensure that staff have an adequate level of hearing to be able to hear workplace alert sounds, such as fire alarms, line stops and vehicle movement.

Other reasons to conduct noise monitoring in the workplace include:

  • Minimising risks from noise
  • Protecting your employees’ hearing
  • Ensuring compliance with noise exposure limits under The Control of Noise at Work Regulations

Our noise monitoring services

Our team of qualified occupational hygienist offers a full range of noise consultancy services and can offer guidance on areas for improvement. We deliver a professional service that will significantly reduce exposure to health and safety risks from noise in the workplace.

We provide:

  • Static and background noise measurements
  • Personal dosimetry
  • Octave band frequency analysis
  • Analysis of hearing protection suitability
  • Noise competency training courses
  • Noise mapping
  • Environmental noise measurement

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