So, you’ve just completed your noise assessment and you’ve found several areas of your workplace where any number of employees are likely to be exposed to level of noise at or above the Upper Action Value of 85dB(A). Now what?
An engineering company has been fined £62,334 after one of its employees suffered scalping injuries when her hair became entangled in a pillar drill, despite the company’s own risk assessment identifying that a guard should be fitted.
Companies who monitor the driving behaviour of staff may be able to contribute to their employee’s long-term health and wellbeing by spotting early signs of Alzheimer’s disease, a new study has revealed.
Monitoring and measuring noise doesn’t have to be difficult or complicated. At Cirrus Research, we do everything we can to make monitoring noise as straightforward and stress-free as possible, that’s why we’ve taken sound to the cloud!