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Keep your employees safe from noise and vibration risks in the workplace

The Control of Noise and Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 place a duty of care on employers to ensure that noise levels at work are reduced to meet the current exposure limits, and with our assistance, you can create a safer and more productive workspace for your employees. An absolute necessity in a range of workplaces, specialist noise testing from Euro Environmental Ltd can keep your employees safe and ensure you remain legally compliant. 

Of course, noise and vibration levels in the workplace must be assessed and reduced if the daily exposure action level is exceeded, to meet noise at work regulations and other types of legislation, therefore we can set you on your path to compliance without a moment of hesitation. Health surveillance must be put in place to ensure noise exposure is not exceeded, and with decades in the industry, we’ll take you through the reasons to consult us for guidance.

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Ensure you are compliant when it comes to noise control in your workplace

Learn about workplace noise exposure and understand why it needs to be monitored in our short explainer video

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Our Range Of Noise Testing and Vibration services

Noise Surveys

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Over 170,000 people in the UK suffer from deafness, tinnitus and other ear conditions as a result of exposure to noise within the workplace. Noise testing can help to reduce the chances of this occurring.

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Hand Arm Vibration (HAV)

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Over 2 million people in the UK are at risk of suffering from painful and disabling disorders of the blood vessels, nerves and joints as a result of exposure to noise and vibration in the workplace.

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Whole Body Vibration (WBV)

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Mitigate the health risks from whole-body vibration with regulatory compliance and expert assessments.

The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 imposes a responsibility on employers to evaluate and mitigate whole-body vibration exposure levels if they surpass the daily exposure action level.

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Knowledge Centre Article

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Hand Arm Vibration - The Complete Guide
Hand Arm Vibration - The Complete Guide


The Control of Vibration at Work Regulations 2005 were introduced to protect workers from vibration at work, though this set of legal stipulations and requirements were updated in July 2019. Legal guidance exists to prevent issues such as Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS), which is caused by exposure to vibration at work. Though preventable, once HAVS damage is done, it is permanent.

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