Noise diminution

Noise diminution is a necessity in the context of many industrial projects involving very powerful machines whose operation is accompanied by very large noise emissions, likely to cause an auditory risk for workers.

Even though Directive 2003/10 / EC – that the Decree No. 2006-892 of 19 July 2006 on the safety and health requirements applicable in the event of exposure of workers to the risks arising from noise and amending the Labor Code is a transposition into French law, which specifies...

Improvement of acoustics in early childhood education center

An early childhood education center is a building for which issues related to acoustic are important, both for the children who carry out different types of learning and for the supervisory staff who practice their professional activity there.

This includes: premises such as atrium, play rooms of different the sections, sleeping rooms, offices, medical rooms, staff rooms, halls and stairwells that can be crossed regularly by children.

A fairly common imperfection encountered in terms of...

Noise reduction in workplace

Noise reduction in workplace is one of the actions that should be considered in the case of a daily noise exposure level above 85 dB (A) and / or a peak sound pressure level beyond 137 dB (C) pursuant to Decree No. 2006-892 of 19 July 2006 (in France).

However, many machines are, without / before soundproofing, likely to cause such noise levels, which then expose employees to auditory risks: in the case of sufficiently powerful noise sources, impacted workplaces can be located not only nearby...