The noise levels over an area will be varying all the time. For example, noise levels may rise as a vehicle approaches, and reduce again after it has passed. This would cause a short-term variations in noise level. In the slightly longer term, noise levels may be higher in peak periods when the roads are busy, and lower in off-peak periods. Then again, there is a greater volume of activity from more people and traffic in the day-time than in the evening or at night. In the longer term, wind, weather and season all affect noise levels.
Noise mapping will help us to identify actual noise level at work station and we have action plan to reduce it. Our team will help you to determine the noise levels at your workplace by measuing the sources of noise around your plant. We will then propose an action plan and recommendations for your site.