Demystifying Workplace Noise Control
Risk of noise-induced hearing loss from noise in the workplace remains a prevalent workplace injury. Controlling noise in the workplace can be a complex challenge. Even after the dominant noise sources have been identified and the necessary degrees of noise reduction have been determined (which itself can be a formidable challenge), it can seem overwhelming to determine what sorts of noise control measures may be beneficial, or which may be impractical from the myriad products available. Moreover, many aspects of acoustics and noise control are counter-intuitive, and subject to myth and misinformation. But there are some fortuitous fundamentals of acoustics that can help to clarify and simplify these challenges.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- that there are only four basic parameters that determine the loudness of noise in a workplace;
- that, in broad terms, there are only three ways to reduce workplace noise – all engineered noise control measures are examples of one of these three techniques;
- what are the available noise control measures for workplace applications;
- which noise control methods work in which applications, and which are ineffective;
- what are the pros and cons of these various noise control options.
Register below for this free webinar!
DATE: December 12, 2019
TIME: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT
Rob Stevens is a Principal of HGC Engineering with thirty years’ experience in measuring, assessing, and mitigating environmental noise impact and workplace
noise exposure in all types of industry throughout North America and abroad. He has conducted acoustical assessments and noise/vibration studies for hundreds of industrial sites, developing noise control recommendations to meet local regulatory requirements and internal corporate noise standards.
HGC Engineering is a consulting engineering firm, and we do not endorse or supply any acoustical product or material. We specialize in measuring and analyzing sound and vibration, and providing practical, impartial engineering recommendations for noise management.
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Duration: 1 Hour