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Please note that although we forward your contact details to each supplier who covers your area, your details are not provided to any other third parties. You will receive a feedback email from us, in approximately three weeks time, but after that we will not use your contact details again.
Today there is an ever increasing awareness of the harmful effects of noise pollution, both at work and in our everyday environment. Acoustic or noise testing can be required in a number of different situations:
In case of a planned development
Testing is often required when applying for planning permission from the Local Planning Authority for a new development or the change of use of an existing premises or site where noise may become a consideration, for example: road traffic generating noise close to a residential dwelling or an entertainment venue where there may be a concern of noise being generated from loud music close to a residential dwelling. Sound testing is also required for new builds and conversion projects for partitions which are common to separate living spaces such as walls, floors and stairwells. In most cases the local building control officer will specify which elements of the building are required to be tested.
In case of a complaint
Testing can be required in order to satisfy the local authority when there is a complaint, or the likelihood of a complaint from local residents regarding the impact of an existing or proposed noise source, for example: noisy plant & machinery from a nearby industrial premises or a roof extract fan or chiller unit from a nearby pub or restaurant.
Noise at Work
An employer is required by law (Noise at Work Regulations 2005) to identify the exposure of their employees to excessive noise.
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