Regular and prolonged exposure to elevated noise levels within the workplace can lead to hearing loss, tinnitus (ringing in the ears) or other health issues.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 requires employers to carry out risk assessments and eliminate or control noise risks.
The assessment must contain a reasonable estimate of your employees' exposures and identify what you need to do to not only comply with the law, but to ensure the health and safety of your employees who are exposed.
AEC can provide a competent and independent assessment of noise levels within the workplace utilising the latest monitoring equipment. On completion of the risk assessment, a report will be produced incorporating monitoring data, observations, recommendations, an action plan and an outline of current legislation, to help you determine how best to protect your employees.