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Noise Dosimeters and Sound Level Meters
Portability for Productivity
There are multiple methods at your disposable to mitigate the hearing loss risk, including engineering controls, administrative controls, and implementing a hearing protection program. But in order for the program to be effective and efficient, consistent monitoring of personal and ambient noise exposures is necessary to log data and determine appropriate corrective action.
TSI’s Quest™ Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters provide professionals with comprehensive information on noise sources and worker noise exposure to make informed safety decisions.
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Noise isn’t just a nuisance or an irritation at work or in the community. Exposure to excessive noise and sound levels elevate stress and pose a substantial risk to worker safety. According to the CDC, hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition in the United States, and approximately 22 million U.S. workers are exposed to hazardous levels of occupational noise.
And the risk isn’t confined to jackhammers and jet engines. Even moderate noise levels can, over extended periods of time, result in hearing loss. Excess noise can make communication difficult, resulting in increased accidents and inefficient work environments.
TSI’s Quest™ brand of sound level meters and noise dosimeters provide professionals with comprehensive information on noise sources and worker noise exposure to make informed safety decisions. Lightweight and versatile, Quest™ products monitor noise and sound levels in a wide variety of working environments, from underground mining to construction to oil and gas to the military. All units are compact with large displays and intuitive interfaces to provide crucial information at a glance and in real-time.
The Detection Management Software program works with various TSI Quest® data logging instruments, allowing you to record, report, chart and analyze exposures to a host of occupational and environmental hazards.
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