Noise Level Meters for Noise At Work

Sound and Noise Level Meters for assessments to The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005

Castle Group Ltd provide world leading Sound and Noise Level Meters for assessing noise levels in the workplace. Our heritage in design and manufacture helps us create Castle's innovative, user driven products. Our Sound and Noise Level Meters are designed to work for our customer's needs.

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Sound and Noise Level Meters to carry out Noise at Work Assessments

To ensure employee's hearing is protected from excessive noise in the workplace. Excessive noise is noise that has the potential to damage their hearing. HSE states that at a minimum a Class 2 Sound Level Meter to BS EN ISO 61672-1:2003 or BS EN 60804:2001 should be used. Using meters that do not meet these standards should not be used for Noise at Work measurements.Class 1 Sound Meters are a popular choice with safety professionals, as they give more accurate readings and are capable of other applications that require a higher grade.

Notable Levels

  • Lower Action Level - LEP,d 80 dB(A) / Peak 135 dB(C)
    Hearing protection must be provided where levels are at or above 85 dB
  • Upper Action Level - LEP,d 85 dB(A) / Peak 137 dB(C)
    Employers must provide training and carry out risk assessments to employee's health where levels are at or above 80 dB
  • Exposure Limit - LEP,d 87 dB(A) / Peak 140 dB(C)
    Employees must not be exposed to levels over 87 dB, taking into account any reductions from hearing protection.

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