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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Noise management checklist
    Noise management checklistMaking too much noise is a sure-fire way of upsetting your neighbours. As such, you need to identify where noise is being created and take steps to reduce levels where possible.Noise management Noisy neighbours are the classic example of a nuisance. So to help you avoid being one of them use our Noise Management Checklist to assess the source of any noise, how often it's likely to occur and potential ways of reducing the impact on your neighbours. The second part of our document includes...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Low noise hire and purchasing policy
    Low noise hire and purchasing policyPurchasing equipment that's noisy could create a problem that's both expensive and time consuming to solve. So if you adopt a policy of buying low noise equipment wherever possible, you'll minimise the potential amount of remedial work necessary. Low noise hire and purchasing policyTo help ensure that those responsible for purchasing and hiring equipment are fully aware of their responsibilities and the consequences that their actions may have on others, the Low Noise Hire...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Environmental noise monitoring record
    Environmental noise monitoring record The only way of identifying whether your site is creating excessive noise is to complete a full survey, carry out monitoring and record your results. As this will involve the use of specialist noise equipment, it will usually need to be completed by a competent consultant.The evidenceYou might need our form because your business neighbours seem to be excessively noisy and you wish to record your survey. Or maybe you've been accused of being noisy and wish to prove, through...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Guidance note - noise assessment and control
    Guidance note - noise assessment and control Unwanted noise and can cause problems with neighbours in addition to the more obvious risks to staff health. Our guidance note provides an introduction to the topic of environmental noise.What's covered?Our Guidance Note - Noise Assessment and Control sets out background information on noise nuisance including a summary of key legislation and details of penalties and enforcement practice. It goes on to explain briefly how an initial assessment can be made to determine...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Noise monitoring and assessment policy and procedure
    Noise monitoring and assessment policy and procedureIf you've recognised that noise may be an issue, the next step is to assess and monitor the noise levels. Having a formal policy and procedure in place will help your staff to identify if there's a problem and, most importantly, what they should be doing to manage it.Noise reduction and controlWhatever the nature of your business, you need to ensure that you aren't creating noise that's going to cause a nuisance. To do this, you'll need to make an assessment...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Initial nuisance noise assessment
    Initial nuisance noise assessmentIf you have a noise problem, a full-blown noise assessment carried out by experts needn't be your first step. Before you do this, you should complete a basic assessment.Making an assessmentIf you've had a complaint about noise on your site, or even if you want to carry out a simple assessment of noise levels just in case, you don't need to employ the services of an expert as a first step. All you will need is our Initial Nuisance Noise Assessment document. Note. This is a very...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Nuisance noise reduction and control policy and procedure
    Nuisance noise reduction and control policy and procedureIf you can foresee that noise may create a nuisance, it's worth having a formal policy in place, which sets out what you will do to manage it. This will be a clear indicator that you've recognised the potential for a problem and are prepared to address it. It's just the sort of thing an inspector will be looking for if they visit.   Nuisance noise reduction and controlTo help you identify the legal implications, understand the terminology and ascertain...
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