IOHA Webinar – Noise Reduction – March – AIOH

IOHA Webinar – Noise Reduction – March

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  • Online
  • 06/03/2024
  • Wednesday, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
  • External Non-AIOH

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IOHA Webinar – Noise Reduction – March

Online

Wednesday, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
06/03/2024

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IOHA Webinar – Noise Reduction – March

Online

Wednesday, 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
06/03/2024

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Dates/Times:
March 06, 2024, 6pm AEDT (07:00-08:30 (UK Time)
(Same webinar offered in two time zones to cover participants globally)
Fees: Complimentary to all members of IOHA Associations
80£ for industry-sponsored and for-profit organization participants
International Occupational Hygiene Association
This webinar provides a pragmatic guide to the necessary changes that delegates can implement immediately.
The key changes involve simple techniques to improve the real-world performance of PPE by 50% – 75% combined with noise control measures that most organizations can use to reduce risk by 50% – 90% at little or no cost (or even at a profit) by using online tools to source the best engineering noise control measures available anywhere. If noise is reduced by 3dB the risk is reduced by 50%. Consequently, reducing noise from 98dB(A) down to 91dB(A), whilst it still requires the use of PPE the risk to hearing has been cut by 80%.

Webinar Content- How to cut hearing damage risk by 75% – 90% at negligible or no cost• Detailed guidance on how to improve real-world PPE performance, typically by 50% – 75%
• Simple, low-cost solutions to the most common industrial noise problems to reduce risk by 50% – 90%
• Links to free online resources

Webinar faculty with 40+ years of experience in Noise Reduction
Peter Wilson: Technical Director: INVC. BSc MSc: Member of the Institute of Acoustics (M.I.O.A.)
In addition to a mechanical engineering degree and an MSc in Acoustics and Vibration, Peter has spent 40 years honing his practical skills in the field of noise and vibration engineering. He has acquired a considerable reputation for developing innovative, award-winning and patented noise control techniques across a very wide range of applications and industries. He also developed the Institute of Occupational Health (IOSH) competency training courses in both noise and vibration (HAVS) and is in great demand internationally as an informative, entertaining and sometimes controversial speaker.