We all exceed the limit on noise. Whether it’s listening to loud headphones, going to the cinema, or getting a train that makes that squeaky noise on the tracks every day because it never gets oiled. Living with noise and knowing that we may need a hearing aid one day is something we all accept as normal.
But noise can be dangerous, especially at work. And employers have a duty of care to look after their employees’ health. This course will teach you what the risks of noise at work are and what action you should take to protect your staff.
Outline Learning Objectives:
- Recognise the risks of noise
- Assess your workplace for noise hazards
- Explain your duties as an employer
- Take action to reduce levels of noise
Why should I take this course?
Whether you operate a small team working in the countryside or a large industrial process, you need to be aware of which noises apply to your work and how to reduce the risks. Take this course to develop a comprehensive idea of the actions you can take to protect your employees and ensure that the day of hearing aids or tinnitus doesn’t arrive prematurely.