Pulsar's 2018 noise training programme for safety managers26th Sep 2017
Pulsar launches a new training programme to help safety managers gain a better understanding of noise risks, controls, legislation and best management practices.
Does your organisation use hand-held power tools or noisy machinery? If you do then you need to have a good awareness of issues raised by noise in the workplace.
This brand new noise training programme for 2018 has been designed to be attended by staff with the responsibility of health and safety. Delivered over a day, it is enjoyable, clear, easy to understand and packed with useful practical information. The course includes what to do and what not to do to avoid noise-related health problems. It explains the Control of Noise at Work Regulations, what to look out for and, very importantly, it highlights the fact that problems generated by noise are preventable with the right controls.
Delegates will be taught basic noise theory and shown simple methods for noise assessment calculations. Noise hazard identification, noise control and issues around the prescription of hearing protection are also covered. Simply, this course is ideal to provide delegates with enough information to allow sensible noise measurements to be made in the field of industrial safety.
Course content include:
- Basic noise theory
- Noise Units and terminology
- The EU Physical Agents (Noise Directive)
- Noise Control Basics
- How to measure noise
- Recording information and reporting noise measurements
- Case studies
Course dates and venues for 2018
- Wednesday 7th March 2018 – National Railway Museum, York
- Wednesday 25th April 2018 – National Railway Museum, York
- Wednesday 13th June 2018 – National Space Centre, Leicester
- Wednesday 19th Sept. 2018 – National Railway Museum, York
Why Choose Pulsar Instruments?
Our Noise Awareness training courses are delivered by highly experienced and current practitioners in workplace noise measurement and control.
Assessment of knowledge
A short multi-choice questions test will be conducted at the end of the day on completion of the course. The answers are marked by the course tutor on the day so you will know how well you have done!
Certification of completion
On successful completion of the course, you will be handed out a certificate of completion and attendance. This can be used to provide additional evidence for compliance and audit.
Find out more
Interested parties are invited to ring Pulsar Instruments Plc on 01723 518011 and ask to speak to an advisor or visit our training pages for additional details including downloadable information.
Alternatively, you can write to us.