This noise exposure monitor is designed to make sound level measurements as simple as possible and displayed as simply or as comprehensively as you require -- all parameters are stored so you can view as your requirements demand.
Average, Peak and Octave Band Measurements are performed simultaneously so no need for multiple noise measurements. All are displayed graphically on the full colour display. There is even an option to record voice notes to trace the run.
Data can be marked to signify important events which can be analysed later. Up to 60 hours of audio files can be stored for noise identification purposes. Stored audio can be played back on the instrument with headphones or via Casella's Insight data management software.
Launched on the 30 April, the NEBOSH HSE Certificate in Health and Safety Leadership Excellence will support leaders who want to make a real difference to health and safety performance and culture within their organisations.
The Working at Heights Handbook is the latest addition to their comprehensive and authoritative range of publications in the area of health and safety at work, which includes such important and diverse topics in the field such as manual handling, people handling, first aid, fork trucks, MEWPs, abrasive wheels and many more. Each publication is written by an expert in the area and is a clear and concise guide to best practice in its chosen field
To help celebrate our 90 years of delivering the highest quality training and education with our students, customers and friends, we have some very special offers at this year's show.Our prize draw will each day see the lucky winner receive a £1,000 training voucher for use on any RRC course, plus runner up prizes of Health & Safety for Dummies books. One lucky winner will also get our mystery prize, which is something to enjoy and nothing to do with training or HSE.
Almost 25% believed that they do not have the correct means of escape for everybody with mobility difficulties and 40% stated that fire is the main workplace risk that keeps them awake at night out of all other healthy and safety risks.There were other surprising results from the survey. Interestingly, 72% of people questioned identified that the rise in flexible working hours makes it harder for health and safety managers to keep track of their workforce in an emergency.
While most people at work possess the technical skills required for their role, many lack the softer ‘people’ skills to effectively engage with, influence and motivate others. By developing these interpersonal skills, they will be better placed to encourage safe and healthy behaviours among the workforce and help to drive up health and safety standards.
Exceptional apprentices, materials handling equipment operators and LGV drivers have been shortlisted, as well as managers, trainers, instructors, training teams and training providers. Finalists are from companies of every size across the supply chain, including several well-known organisations, such as Lidl, Royal Mail, Wilko, Hasbro, Wincanton and Kuehne and Nagel.See the full list of Talent in Logistics Awards 2018 finalists here:http://www.talentinlogistics.co.uk/2018-finalists/