woman_with_headset borderBy law, employers must protect their staff against the harmful effects of noise. They must ensure that legal noise limits are not exceeded and reduce the risks of noise. Providing hearing protection, information, training and health checks are also legally required.

Do you know what the legal noise limits are? Are you confident that you are compliant?

The Noise at Work legislation says that employers must provide hearing protection to staff who are exposed to daily or weekly noise levels that average above 85 decibels. Though risk assessment must be undertaken where exposure levels average above 80 decibels.

If you are concerned about whether you or your staff are safe from the risks of hearing damage or acoustic shock syndrome, contact us now to arrange a free audit.

Need more information?

Click here to read our definitive guide to acoustic safety

Click here to learn more on how to safeguard your staff against acoustic shock

Call us now on 0118 920 9420 or email us at info@com-solutions.co.uk to arrange an audit or to discuss a trial or demonstration of equipment that will protect your staff’s hearing.

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