If your employees are subjected to loud machinery on a regular basis or need to use raised voices to carry out a normal conversation, they could be at risk of losing their hearing. Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most reported occupational risks in the workplace, so it is important to manage the hazard before an employee is put in danger.
It is the employer’s responsibility to make sure the risk from exposure to noise is eliminated or reduced to a low level, or to make personal hearing protection available. As an employer, you should also place employees who are at risk under suitable health surveillance and provide hearing tests.
Our occupational health consultants will assess the noise exposure levels in your workplace to:
We make sure our industrial and commercial clients across the country are keeping their employees safe from noise-induced hearing loss. Let us help safeguard your staff – contact us today to find out more about workplace noise monitoring.
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