How loud is too loud? A jackhammer outside your window at 8 o’clock in the morning is too loud, especially if you’re a shift worker trying to go to sleep. Someone unwrapping a piece of candy eight rows behind you at the movies? Also too loud.
Workplace safety regulation comprises the mitigation a large range of hazards, none less than environmental noise (or "occupational noise").
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Amid the explosive growth of construction work in Los Angeles, authorities are scrupulously enforcing environmental health and safety regulations to ensure as smooth a completion of works as possible. One problem in particular that they’re keeping a close eye on that stands to worsen: construction noise.
Any construction that takes place in an already-developed area runs the risk of causing issues for surrounding residents and businesses. The noise produced by power tools, diggers, generators, pneumatic devices, and other machinery can produce constant noise reading 90 dB or higher, often resulting in displeasure from neighbors, with subsequent noise complaints.
With tight legislation governing sound control, you may not be sure whether or not you have some boxes to tick, and a legal obligation to install sound blankets or some other form of noise mitigation on your construction site.Read more →
You’re underway on a big new job, and everything’s coming out the gates like clockwork. Deliverables are being met, the site is in order, and everybody’s working hard.
But there’s just one thing: