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1IMO resolution 468The IMO (International Maritime Organization) published at set of noise limits together with outlines on how to conduct a noise survey. The current version of this noise code is from 1981. A revision was expected in the end of 2012 but is still awaited …
2Offshore noise regulations in the PacificA detailed list of maximum allowed noise levels, depending on the nature of the space or room, makes part of the working environment requirements for the many off shore locations. Measurement procedures however are not very detailed…
3EEMUA 140The Engineering Equipment and Materials Users Association published a comprehensive booklet on noise measurements, aimed at noise problems in the petrochemical industries. . .
Workers in most industries are protected by labor laws that protect them to be exposed to dangerous sound levels (over 85 dB(A)) for a period of 8 hours per day.
If these safe values are exceeded plans must be made and executed to reduce the noise exposure for the workers. Practically noise measurements have to be performed and create an occupational noise map. After the baseline survey noise reduction reduction measures can be determined. Devices for hearing protection should only be used as a temporary measure, or as a last resort.Read More →
Some industries have machine-specific harmonized noise codes. If this is available it has priority over the general ones. Many industries have specific noise test codes aimed at creating a safe and cost efficient occupational noise environment.Read More →
Geonoise Thailand is an independent consultant in noise and vibration control engineering with offices in Thailand and Hong Kong. We also sell tools for industries and engineers to assess and solve noise problems such as occupational noise mapping software, noise prediction software, sound level registration equipment (Sound Level meters and analyzers), Pile testing equipment etc.Read More →