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October 2017

Hire our Noise Meter!

Hire our Noise Meter!

The BPIF likes being loud when it comes to the services it provides to it's members. From time to time we have to ensure we're not making too much noise and assess the the personal protective equipment needed and steps to take to protect the workforce.

This is why we are offering the hire of our noise meter for £75 plus VAT per week, exclusively to members of the BPIF.

With this device you can always be sure that you're compliant with 'The Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005'. You'll sleep easy knowing that your colleagues will keep their hearing in good working order.

For more information on booking the noise meter, email oliver.willows@bpif.org.uk or call on 01924 203339. To book the noise meter please click here.

For advice on noise and how to keep up with legislation, get in touch with your regional adviser by clicking here.

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