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5 steps to help you get ahead with Noise at Work

If you are new to noise measurement in your workplace, you will have probably started to gather as much information as possible.  You may even have taken a look around a few websites but not quite sure where to start when it comes to the legislation and selecting the right noise measurement options for your business.

Pulsar Instruments have 45 years’ experience in this field and we help busy people like you every day.

You may be missing out on some important information at this stage.  If you want to get the right advice on the current legislation and noise measurement technology to get you ahead with the Control of Noise at Work, you need to contact our team of experts.

Our team advises people over the telephone, we visit your premises to demonstrate our noise measurement products and we offer bespoke or classroom training on workplace noise awareness.

In the meantime, take a look at this infographic that gives you the basic facts about the control of noise at work and the type of actions recommended in the Regulations for those responsible for occupational safety in the workplace.

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We have produced a number of blogs in recent months with additional information on the legislation and workplace noise measurement. Consult our blog for a complete selection.

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To find out more about ways to get ahead with noise at work measurement, visit Pulsar Instruments’ website. Alternatively, please ring one of our team members on 01723 518011 today.

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