Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005


Performing health/medical surveillance: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The HSE has issued guidance for occupational health providers, appointed doctors and employers. In the light of advice from Public Health England on COVID-19, HSE has set out in the guidance, what it describes as a proportionate and flexible approach to enable health/medical surveillance to continue. Read More

A third of employees are not provided with hearing protection

Specsavers Corporate Eyecare conducted a research to investigate if hearing protection is provided to employees by their employers. Read More

New association to help tackle hearing loss launched

The UK Hearing Conservation Association aims to provide independent information and advice on preventing hearing loss, which affects more than 10 million people in the UK. Read More

Noise-induced hearing loss: A common issue in musical theatre

For musicians, high noise levels during rehearsals and performances could subject them to excessive noise exposure, which could lead to irreversible noise-induced hearing loss. Read More

Noise at Work risk assessment course returns

Monitoring solutions expert Casella to host training in Bedford in September. Read More

Events: Noise exposure at Ministry of Sound

Loud music and noise are seen as essential parts of the events industry experience. Bryan Henesey joined members of IOSH’s Read More



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