Learn about the Control of Noise at Work Regulations and how to run effective assessments to ensure you don't fall foul of noise laws.
Noise at Work Training Courses
Protecting your workforce from exposure to noise is one of the most common challenges that Health and Safety managers face, and if you’re new to the subject then it can be a very daunting task.
The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 are in place to protect the hearing of employees and instruct what’s required from employers, and compliance with these regulations are mandatory to keep on side of the law.
If noise is ever an issue within your organisation then you should have a competent person trained for workplace noise assessments. The risks of non-compliance can be severe, including HSE fines, interventions and personal injury claims.
That’s why here at Castle Training Academy we’ve developed our Workplace Noise Assessments Training Courses that we’ve been running for over 25 years. Courses are available at different lengths, locations and formats, and a highly popular choice is for us to deliver a personalized version of any of the below courses On-Your-Site.
Learn how to perform hearing tests and understand the requirements of employers in industrial noise workplaces.
Anyone can attend this course and it is designed to give a basic understanding of how noise damages hearing, what an employeeâ€™s responsibilities are and the importance of the correct hearing protection.
This course will give you the benefit of insight into what noise control methods are suitable for which situations.
The noise awareness course can be attended by anyone and is designed to help with employee engagement in this vital safety issue.
Assessing the risk of Noise in work is mandated by law. This course is dedicated to educating responsible persons to a level where they can effectively comply with the Control of Noise Regulations 2005. Book now and get a FREE dB Alert! Personal Noise Warning Device.
Industrial deafness as covered by the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 is still one of the UK's biggest areas for claims and represents a huge financial burden to organisations, insurance companies and the government.