Noise at Work Training Course (RoSPA Accredited)

Noise at Work Training Course (RoSPA Accredited)

£16.80 (£14.00 ex VAT)

Noise at Work – Summary

Hearing loss caused by exposure to noise at work continues to be a significant occupational disease. Some 17,000 people in the UK suffer deafness, tinnitus or other ear conditions as a result of exposure to excessive workplace noise.

The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005 places a duty on employers to reduce the risk to their employees’ health by controlling noise exposure at work.  In addition, employees also have duties under these Regulations.

  • Certification:- RoSPA accredited Noise at Work Training Certificate available immediately on successful completion of the course
  • Cost:- £16.80 incl VAT
  • Duration:- 45 mins
  • Format: Available online via desktop or tablet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (immediately after purchase)

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Description

Noise at Work Online Training Course 

Noise at Work: – Course Overview

Hearing loss caused by workplace noise is preventable. However, once hearing has gone it does not come back.

This Noise at Work eLearning Course provides:

  • A detailed explanation of what sound is, how it is measured and how the human ear works.
  • Details on how certain levels of sound for long periods, can affect the ear causing hearing damage and loss.
  • Information on how to identify the source of potentially damaging noise.
  • Details on how noise exposure can be reduced with cost effective solutions.
  • The importance of a noise risk assessment.
  • The hierarchy of controls employers need to consider when managing noise

Noise at Work: – Suitable For

This Online Noise at Work course is appropriate for all employers and employees who work in a noisy environment or with noisy equipment and is designed to raise awareness of the risks associated with noise in the workplace.

Please Note

This e-learning course only provides awareness education. A full workplace Noise Risk Assessment should be carried out with a calibrated noise metre.

 

If you are interested in this, check out our DSE Online Training Course as well!

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