The new WA Work Health & Safety Regulations 2022 Finally, after many years of promise, the new nationally harmonized Worksafe WA governed Work Health & Safety (WHS) Regulations are planned for release in Western Australia in March 2022. With these regulations will come some significant changes. This article refers to those changes around Noise and…

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According to WorkSafe WA, a safe level of noise, to protect the most noise-sensitive people from any hearing loss during a working lifetime, would be an average over the work shift of about 75 dB(A). People vary in their susceptibility to noise damage. Noise Induced Hearing Loss One of the main effects of noise at work is noise-induced…

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Work Health Professionals specialise in onsite audiometric testing in Western Australia. We can fly-in/out of site or bring our mobile facility to your workplace. As we have accredited Noise Officers in our team, we can also calibrate a room to WorkCover standards and conduct onsite WorkCover audiometric testing from a quiet room at a Project Camp…

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