Power and Infrastructure

We carry out occupational noise at work assessments in accordance with the requirements of the EU Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005, to establish both employees' exposure to potentially damaging noise sources and employers' responsibilities to protect their work force.

The measurement and control of noise emissions from industrial sites, both on and offshore, can be vital to their continued operation in a social and political climate which is increasingly sensitive to environmental issues. These range from food, manufacturing and product design; operations which require low vibration, or the impact of potentially high vibration on sensitive receivers or equipment, such as mineral extraction. 

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