Controlling noise at work
New edition guidance for employers. In documenting legal obligations under the new Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, it introduces a revised approach to compliance.
With pertinent advice on the assessment and management of noise risks and noise control, buying and hiring quieter tools and machinery, selection and use of hearing protection and the development of health surveillance procedures. Additionally, the appendices address the roles of those who provide technical advice and services to employers; and list the legal duties regarding manufacturers and suppliers of noisy machinery.