Stark sichtbare Geräuschwarnschilder weisen darauf hin, dass ein Lärmrisiko besteht oder der Geräuschpegel zu hoch ist.
Unser Sortiment umfasst Lärmaktivierte Warnzeichen, der SafeEar und andere Geräuschschilder. Sie sind einfach zu montieren, um an der Wand montierte und freistehende Schallschutzschilder zu installieren, die aufleuchten, wenn der voreingestellte Geräuschpegel überschritten wird. So können Sie den Geräuschpegel an Ihrem Arbeitsplatz sicher halten.
Noise-activated warning signs
Noise Safety legislation and standards in most countries state that companies must clearly define any areas where there is a noise hazard, and that their workers should be clearly notified of any potential danger so that they can put on hearing protection.
Putting up standard printed "Hearing protection Must Be Worn" warning signs means that employees have to follow the instruction continuously in these zones and ALSO someone has to monitor them to make sure they are complying. In addition, wearing hearing defenders is not always popular with employees, and it may not be practical for employees to wear hearing protection constantly, especially where noise levels are intermittent or vary greatly over the day. For example noise levels may fluctuate above and below the Lower Action Level of 80 dB(A), where hearing protection must be provided.
Noise-Activated Warning Signs provide an alternative to this as they are linked to the actual noise levels in the working environment, and can, therefore, help to manage the wearing of hearing PPE: the employer sets a preferred 'trigger level' (for example 80 dB(A), once noise reaches that level the sign will light up it's highly visible warning. Such signs therefore effectively allow the marking of an area as "Hearing Protection Mandatory Only When Lit".
Our range is ideal for:
- Noisy Environments: Our range of noise safety signs shows people when there is a potential hazard to their hearing and hearing protection must be worn.
- Quiet Environments: The warning signs can also be used in quiet locations such as schools, hospitals and libraries to indicate when noise levels must be kept down.