Noise Dosemeters: The Advanced Way to Assess Workers’ Exposure to Industrial Noise

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Pulsar Instruments Plc introduces intelligent, cable free Noise Measurement Monitoring solution.

According to the HSE (Health & Safety Executive), there are over one million employees in Great Britain exposed to noise levels that could put their hearing at risk.

Most are not aware that noise induced hearing loss is one of the most common risks in the workplace which employees must, by law, be protected from. Once noise induced hearing loss has occurred the results are permanent, making it imperative for business’s to take the necessary steps in reducing the risk of noise damage at work and keep within the `Legal Limits` of daily noise exposure.

Pulsar Instruments Plc offers a wide range of Noise Measurement Equipment online at http://www.pulsarinstruments.com as an effective sound control solution to companies taking the initiative to protect their employees from potential hearing problems.

Their smallest sound monitoring product, the Model 22 Noise Dosemeter, is designed for versatile use in a number of industries including, manufacturing, construction, agriculture, highway maintenance, mining and many more.

The Model 22’s durable and lightweight design provides a cable-free monitoring solution that, with its innovative design, is almost unnoticeable. Worn on the shoulder, the Noise Dosemeter effectively captures and stores data of the wearer’s daily noise exposure levels.

Easily rechargeable, the dosemeter can run for an entire shift, data logging up to 33 measurements in a 24 hour time frame. The system is ideal for professionals new to the world of noise measurement as well as those who have already identified it as their preferred method of sound monitoring.

The Pulsar Model 22 is supplied as a full kit containing a Reader Unit with acoustic calibrator, charger unit, software and USB download cable. Also included are calibration certificates, documenting the necessary compliance regulations and latest international standards. The dBLink software supplied with the kit allows for quick and simple analysis and data transformation into the required reporting formats.

Sarah Brack of Pulsar Instruments commented; ‘Our doseBadge System is perfect for the busy Health & Safety manager, who has limited time for noise measurements. The doseBadge can be started at the beginning of a shift and stopped at the end. Measurement data can then be downloaded for analysis from the Reader Unit when it’s convenient. It really is that simple.’

All Pulsar Noise Measurement Equipment is easy to use and compliant with the Noise at Work regulations. For more information on their products visit http://www.pulsarinstruments.com or contact the Pulsar team for advice on your business’s health and safety strategy.

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