Workplace Noise Resources
Are construction tools affecting your hearing?
Did you know that 1 million people are exposed to hearing-damaging noise at work? If you work in construction, you’re most likely aware that the industry is a noisy business. But did you also know that the sector has the second highest rate of people developing occupational deafness?
Controlling noise at work
This new edition of L108 provides guidance for employers on protecting people from the risks caused by noise at work. As well as setting out the legal obligations of employers under the new Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, it introduces a revised approach to the management and control of noise in the workplace.
Control of noise at work in music & entertainment
HSG260 - Sound advice contains practical guidance on the control of noise at work in music and entertainment, including concert halls and theatres, amplified live music venues, pubs/clubs and studios.
Sound Solutions for the food and drink industries
This book gives examples of simple, cost-effective ways of reducing the risk of hearing damage to workers in the food and drink industries. It contains 60 case studies showing how companies have found successful solutions to problems created by high noise levels.