The printing industry uses a wide range of noisy machines that have the potential to damage workers’ hearing if the risks are not effectively managed. This report describes research that was carried out to assess the adequacy of the noise emission information provided in a sample of fifteen instruction manuals supplied by manufacturers of printing machinery.
This course is designed to help the general H&S practitioner better understand the ‘invisible’ risks associated with hazardous substances, noise and vibration and aims to provide a more confident approach to these issues.
Manchester Occupational Health and Safety Group (MOHSG) – ‘Ten years after…the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005’ – Manchester, 28 Sept 2016
Afternoon meeting of Manchester Occupational Health and Safety Group that includes the above talk on ‘Ten years after…the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005’ – How well are we managing noise risks in the workplace?
Attend this event and you will get the latest information on the case for change from leading international experts, hear from inspirational leaders who lead the field in finding new ways of controlling noise in a variety of sectors and gain exposure to the newest and emerging products and strategies for dealing with noise risk.
HSE’s Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL) has announced the keynote speakers who will speak at ListenUP! – the first European Hearing Conservation Conference.