Are your employees exposed to excessive noise?
As an employer, it’s your legal requirement to ensure you comply with the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 and the Health & Safety Executive. But how do you know if you have a noise at work problem?
According to the HSE 17,000 people in the UK currently suffer with preventable work-related Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL).
To tackle this issue, noise at work experts, Pulsar Instruments, has developed its Pulsar Nova range of sound level meters to help quickly and easily identify noise problems and take control to prevent employee hearing loss.
The Nova range consists of six powerful sound level meters. Their functionality covers everything from entry level noise measurement through to high performance noise monitoring, however they all combine advanced noise measurement technology with ease of use and durability.
Additional feature can also be added to tailor the sound level meter to any task required.
Every model in the range is supplied with Pulsar’s AnalyzerPlus software package. This software allows users to download their measurement data onto a computer for analysis and to create a variety of reports.
Suitable for Health and Safety Practitioners, the Nova’s are:
- Simple to use;
- Available as either a Class 1 or Class 2 model;
- Faster. Intuitive design and simultaneous measurement of all key noise measurement parameters means;
- Stronger. Made with a durable metal case so it is hard-wearing;
- Compliant. Meets IEC 61672-1:2013 and the needs of Noise at Work regulations;
- Longer. 30-hour battery life;
- Ideal for Noise at Work, Industrial Hygiene, Construction and Entertainment noise measurement.
Find out more on Pulsar’s website.
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