Learn to measure & manage noise at work in just one day!, National Railway Museum York, Wednesday, 16. September 2020

Occupational noise, or noise at work, is one of the biggest causes of hearing loss and tinnitus in workers today. There is no cure for this "noise induced hearing loss" but it is preventable by making sure that employers address workplace noise hazards and supply appropriate protection when needed. 
If you're not sure how to go about this then this one day noise awareness course is for you. 
The course, based at people responsible for health and safety in their organisations, will help you address the following questions:

Do we have a noise at work problem and, if so, who is at risk?
How do I comply with the ‘Controlling Noise in the Workplace’ regulations?
What do I need to measure and why should I calibrate my noise monitoring equipment?
How do I apply my measurements to the current action levels and legal limits?
What should I do if we exceed any of these levels or limits?

Don’t miss out, book your place at our hugely popular Noise Awareness training courses today.
Noise Awareness Training Course Content includes: 


Basic Noise Theory: What is sound?
Noise Units and Terminology
The EU Physical Agents (Noise) Directive
BS4142 updated industry standard overview
Noise Control Basics
Recording information & reporting noise measurements
Practical session:
How to measure noise using Sound Level Meters & Noise Dosemeters
How to use software for reporting and analysing your measurements

The course is delivered by a noise at work measurement expert. We provide refreshments and a buffet lunch, comprehensive written reference materials and loan of noise measurement instruments such as a Pulsar sound level meter or personal noise dosemeter for the practical session in the afternoon. On completion of the course, delegates receive a Noise Awareness Training certificate.
FAQs
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The National Railway Musuem is very close to York Train Station - so transport by train is easy, and there is  paid parking available at the station. 
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please email: sales@pulsarinstruments.com or phone us at: 01223 518011
What's the refund policy?
Payment is required in full 14 days before the event. Cancellation charges of 25% will be made up until 14 days before the event after that 100% of the course fee will be charged; delegates may send substitutes in their place. 
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes please.
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
You may transfer your ticket to another person in your organisation, or to an alternative date. To do this you must contact us directly at sales@pulsarinstruments.com or phone us on: 01723 518 011.
If you have any other questions please contact us:
Email sales@pulsarinstruments.com or phone us on: 01723 518 011.

Wednesday, 16. September 2020, National Railway Museum York, Learn to measure & manage noise at work in just one day!

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