Sound Advice Tasmania

 

Statewide On Site Industrial Hearing Tests,

Sound Level Surveys, Hearing Protection

Hearing Screening

Why do I need a hearing screen test? Occupational Health & Safety obligations require all workers exposed to noise over 85 dBA for 8 hours a day to have their hearing screened every 2 years.  Hearing screening is the only

Sound Workplace Advice

Sound Advice does more than just test hearing…. We interpret and give practical advice on the test results. Screening hearing of noise exposed workers should NOT be just a tick box exercise every two years. Interpreting and analyzing the results

Noise Level Reporting

Why Noise is a Problem in the Workplace Working in noise can cause a wide range of physical and emotional responses.   Employees may complain about noise for a number of reasons.  They are as follows… Hearing loss due to noise

Company Bookings

Arranging employees to attend on-site hearing screening can take a lot of time and effort by office staff.  Making sure that employees will be on site and available without disrupting work productivity can be very frustrating for everyone involved in

Hearing Protection

Did you know that wearing the wrong type of hearing protection is dangerous to your hearing and safety? Hearing protection is NOT a one size fits all. Earmuffs and earplugs all have different protection levels and the result can change

Prevention & Education

Education is the key to prevention of noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus Most workers do not understand what they need to do to protect themselves from noise injury. Often they joke it would be good not to hear their