Occupational regulations and standards were established which sets legal limits on noise exposure in the workplace. Do you know the noise exposure levels your workers experience every day? Occupational regulations and standards set legal limits on noise exposure in the workplace. At U.S. Mobile Health Exams, we administer our noise testing program following OSHA Regulatory Standard 29CFR 1910.95. Our experts will provide you a comprehensive workplace noise monitoring assessment to use in formulating your company’s hearing conservation program.
An industrial noise survey involves using instruments to survey the noise levels in a facility. This assessment will reveal which areas of a facility generate harmful noise levels and if the employees who work in these areas are at risk.
Occupational noise testing is a great resource to help companies stay compliant and protect the ear health of their employees. After receiving the results of a noise survey, you can find methods to reduce noise exposure for your employees if need be.
Industrial noise monitoring provides information that a company may not have access to otherwise. Some indications that your workplace may require a noise survey include the following:
During area noise monitoring, a sound level meter will measure sound pressure levels (SPLs). After calibration, our technician will hold the sound level meter at arm’s length at the ear height of the employees stationed in the exposed area. The technician will test at ear height on the right and left sides to mimic a worker’s experience during their day.
Some employees work in environments with constantly changing noise levels. In these cases, a technician will place a personal sound exposure meter (PSEM) on the operator’s shoulder. The PSEM will record the noise exposure throughout a shift.
To better serve our clients, we offer two types of noise exposure testing to determine the noise safety levels of an area. These noise survey services include:
At U.S. Mobile Health Exams, we offer a 100% customer guarantee on all of our services. Our prompt reporting and flexible scheduling make us a leader among noise level testing and assessment companies. Our U.S. Mobile Health Exams’ experts will provide your company with quality service that includes:
Scheduling your area noise monitoring with U.S. Mobile Health Exams is just one way you can help to create a healthy working environment. Our services are nondisruptive to allow your business to continue as usual, and we offer competitive pricing.
To learn more about our noise level monitoring services, call 800-381-2894 for more information or complete our online contact form.