Acoustic consultant blackpool

acoustic consultant blackpoolAcoustic Consultant Blackpool – We provide a range of acoustic surveys and noise monitoring services in Blackpool and throughout the North West. As acoustic consultants we have many years of experience in all aspects of noise testing. Our noise surveys are carried out by qualified consultants who are also members of the Institute of Acoustics. Our site surveys are followed up with a comprehensive acoustic report which will include noise mitigation measures.

If you would like to discuss your project with us then give us a call on 0116 2725908 and speak to one of our acoustic consultants.

We provide

  • Noise risk assessments in the workplace (Noise at Work Regulations)
  • Noise surveys and reports for planning
  • Environmental noise monitoring – traffic noise etc.
  • Industrial noise testing for new plant & machinery
  • Sound insulation testing
  • Air quality testing

We work with

  • Building & construction developments
  • Schools & colleges
  • Architects & planning consultants
  • Industrial – factories & warehouses
  • Offices
  • Sports facilities, gymnasiums etc

Acoustic Consultant Blackpool | Liverpool | Preston | Blackburn | Burnley | Bolton | St Helens

 

Recent projects – May 2018

Noiseair Ltd was commissioned by a steel fabrication engineering company based in Preston near to Blackpool to carry out a Noise Risk Assessment in the workplace. The assessment was undertaken in line with The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005. All employers in the UK are required to carry out a noise risk assessment every 2 years in order to reduce the risk to their employees health by controlling the noise they are exposed to whilst at work.

Noiseair carried out the on-site assessment monitoring noise levels throughout areas of the factory premises identified as potentially¬† ‘at risk’ of excessive noise levels¬† to employees. On completion of the assessment we gathered all data together compiling a comprehensive acoustic report. The report noted individual employees and job role and any potential risk present of noise exposure. Also included were recommendations and mitigation measures of reducing noise levels down to an acceptable level to meet current noise regulations.