Guidelines on noise control for construction sites.
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Published by States of Jersey in Jersey .
Written in English


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Some activities on construction sites are noisy. Although some noise may be unavoidable, it can often be controlled using improved work practices. Builders should take all reasonable measures to minimise noise and to limit noise activities to between 7 am to 7 pm, Monday to Saturday. Some grounds may exist for construction work to occur outside Environmental Protection and Management (Control of Noise At Construction Sites) Regulations: Rg 2: G.N. No. S / REVISED EDITION (31st January ) [1st April ] Citation: 1. These Regulations may be cited as the Environmental Protection and Management (Control of Noise at Construction Sites) ://   Noise is a commonly encountered health topic for Inspectors. The Control of Noise at Work Regulations (CNAWR) is the primary legislation governing this issue. This guidance assists Inspectors in reaching proportionate enforcement decisions to control and manage construction noise   Noise and vibration control on open and construction sites Part 1 (HMSO cost: £, Tel: ) (see also overleaf) which relates specifically to construction sites and the noise emitted from such works which goes over the points raised above in more detail. However, the normal business hours which and wellbeing/ID PH.

  Control Unit’s Good Practice Guide for Construction and Demolition Prior to the commencement of work on the site a construction and demolition plan must be developed. When developing the construction and demolition plan reference must be made to the requirements of the Air Quality Monitoring and Noise Control Unit’s Good Practice Guide for However, since construction situations are so dynamic, many times the only practical means of noise control is with personal protective equipment. HPDs available for use on construction sites range from disposable and reusable earplugs to semi-aural devices (banded products) and :// Noise regulations are enforced in Singapore. Depending on the nature of noise pollution, they are handled by various government agencies. Noise pollution regulations in Singapore can be generally classified into five categories: Maximum permissible noise levels for construction work. Maximum boundary noise emission limits for air conditioning   It is strongly recommended that noise conditions are incorporated in contracts prior to the tendering process. An environmental health officer can advise on situations which are likely to cause a noise nuisance. Noise control for construction sites guidelines. Minimising noise nuisance from planned out-of-hours

These technical guidelines serve to provide general reference for acoustic consultants and Qualified Persons (QPs) to prepare land traffic Noise Impact Assessments (NIAs) for designated projects. Guidelines for pollution control study [PDF, KB] A set of guidelines on carrying out pollution control   Noise and vibration must be kept to a minimum by methods of work that conform with the ‘Code of Practice for Noise and Vibration Control on Construction and Open Sites’ (See BS Parts 2 and 4: , and EC and UK Noise Legislation, as applicable). At all times the best practicable means as defined in the Act must be employed to reduce   The aim of the Noise Regulations is to ensure that workers' hearing is protected from excessive noise at their place of work, which could cause them to lose their hearing and/or to suffer from tinnitus (permanent ringing in the ears). The Control of Noise at Work Regulations replace the Noise at Work Regulations 2 days ago  Safety and Health Topics | Occupational Noise Exposure - Construction Occupational exposure to noise: evaluation, prevention and control. Provides an in depth look at all aspects of noise. Exposure Criteria, Occupational Exposure Levels. Provides a detailed discussion of various criteria for measuring exposure limits to ://