Wednesday, 13 March Three time slots available
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Controlling noise emissions in complex industrial environments can be challenging.
Different noise sources can add up to create significant hazards to workers and the environment. Noise control measures need to balance safety, operability and maintainability. Noise control selection often involves multiple stakeholders and experts.
Find the right balance between noise exposure reduction and other business factors
Compare benefits of different noise control options to achieve the best outcome
Reduce noise risks to as low as reasonably practicable
We’ll use case studies to illustrate recommendations and best practices, including examples of successful noise management projects using Wood’s Podium noise control evaluation tool.
This webinar is relevant to engineers, project managers, operators and maintenance and health & safety professionals responsible for managing or reducing noise emissions or exposure.
A certificate of completion that may be submitted for professional development hour (PDH) credits* will be provided upon request at the end of the session (see feedback survey).
*This webinar is intended to assist participants in retaining and expanding their knowledge base. Wood will provide a certificate for attending the webinar. Acceptance as professional development hours is at the discretion of the organisation that receives the submittal.
Stephen Lloyd, BAME, senior noise management consultant, Wood
Stephen has been working in noise control for 19 years, including for major energy and resources projects in Australia and Europe.
His experience also includes assessing noise in the field and designing, constructing and installing noise control hardware for industrial applications.
This webinar is offered three times to cover all time zones. Please register for your preferred time slot: