The Control of Noise at Work Regulations came into force in 2006 for most UK employers. This blog discusses what these Regulations are and what they mean.
Today (April 6th) marks the 15th anniversary of when the Control of Noise at Work Regulations came into force for most UK workplaces. In terms of protecting people from noise, these regulations are perhaps one of the most important developments in recent years, so we wanted to highlight 15 facts about the Control of Noise at Work Regulations to celebrate Read More…
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Noise and vibration pose very significant risks to people at work, especially if they’re not adequately protected with quiet/smooth tools or the correct level of personal protective equipment.
But what are the risks associated with exposure to excessive noise and vibration levels? What impact can noise and vibration have on people’s health?
For more than 50 years, we’ve been in the business of helping organisations across the world meet their legal and moral obligations to minimise the health effects of noise vibration on their employees. Noise and vibration pose very significant risks to people at work, especially if they’re not adequately protected with quiet/smooth tools or the correct level of personal protective equipment.
Understanding the importance of protecting people against noise is an important first step. The next thing to know is what equipment is available to measure and monitor noise levels, which allows for the correct protection to be implemented and provided.
Here at Cirrus Research, we wanted to take some time to highlight the effects of noise in different key industries. This month, we’re taking a look at noise and tree surgery and arboriculture.
The UK Government has introduced a new Covid noise limit that affects restaurants, bars, pubs and hotels. Find out what it means.
The Coronavirus pandemic has presented a whole host of new health and safety challenges for businesses across the country and the world. While Covid-19 is the health and safety focus of many businesses right now, it’s essential to remember that existing health and safety challenges still exist and that the regulations have not changed. You’re still required by law to make sure that your workplace is risk-free and that your people are protected.