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Problem with HearingNoise induced hearing loss is a concern to many employers. The Health and Safety Executive estimates that 2 million people in the UK are exposed to levels of noise at work which puts them at risk of permanent hearing loss.

Ear defenders at work

Did you know that if employees are regularly exposed to noise levels of 85 dB (A) or above, the employer is obliged by law to provide hearing testing on a regular basis?

National Audiometry Services can help employers protect their workforce from noise induced hearing loss arising from exposure to noise in the workplace.

We can conduct workplace assessments in compliance with The Noise at Work Regulations 2005 to establish whether your employees are being exposed to excessive levels of noise. We offer hearing tests that quantify the frequencies and volumes of sounds that an individual can hear, and so determine whether an employee is suffering from hearing loss. Employees' hearing levels are then monitored by us over a period of time so that we can identify whether their exposure to noise at work is having any detrimental effect on their hearing.

If it is found that the levels of noise created in your workplace are having an adverse effect on your employees’ hearing we can offer advice on how to reduce this problem.