Noise legislation, designed to protect hearing and prevent noise nuisance, is becoming tougher and morewidespread.
It’s a response to our increased understanding of the damage that noise can do to hearing, and the negativeimpact it can have on quality of life in the wider community. As a result, there is a growing need to measure noise and a rising demand for noise measurement equipment.
However, in order to gather accurate and meaningful information about noise levels in your workplace, orthe impact you might be having on your neighbours, it is essential that you invest in the right measurementequipment for the task in hand.
This guide aims to provide you with advice on how to ensure you choose the best noise measurement toolsfor your application, and outlines a number of issues for consideration even after the equipment has beenpurchased.