- Noise Dosimetry
- Noise Area Surveys
- Noise Mapping
- Hearing Conservation Program & Training
- Preliminary Engineering Control Recommendations
Why is Noise Testing Important?
Noise, or unwanted sound, is one of the most persistent occupational health problems. A by-product of many industrial and commercial processes, exposure to high levels of noise causes, amongst other ailments, hearing loss. The extent of damage depends primarily on the intensity and duration of the exposure. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) can be temporary or permanent.
An accurate noise survey can minimise the cost impact of a hearing conservation program. Using the most modern and high-quality Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters, WPAAS can assist to determine exposure levels, engineering controls and design a hearing conservation program. We have the expertise to help you make sound decisions for noise measurement and control.