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Développement d’une antenne microphonique intégrant un système optique pour identifier la position des sources sonores les plus bruyantes en milieu industriel
Dans un contexte industriel, le bruit émis par des machines peut nuire à la santé des travailleurs et générer des problèmes de surdité ou de pertes auditives. Pour pallier ces problèmes, des solutions acoustiques efficaces doivent être mises en place en amont. La première étape d'une étude acoustique de réduction de bruit consiste à localiser la position des sources et à hiérarchiser leurs contributions. Dans un environnement industriel, les travailleurs sont répartis autour...
Control of noise risk in the printing industry
Machinery used in the printing industry is inherently noisy. Noise levels in this industry have the potential to cause work-related hearing damage, if the risks are not properly assessed and managed. HSE has undertaken a study of noise levels and exposures in the printing industry, to determine noise risks and identify control measures. The noise levels measured in this study indicate that print workers are exposed to hazardous levels of noise: 93% of the study population had noise exposure estimates exceeding the lower exposure action value (LEP,d 80 dB) specified in the Control of Noise at Work...
Noise risk as described in instructions supplied with printing machinery
The printing industry uses a wide range of noisy machines that have the potential to damage workers' hearing if the risks are not effectively managed. Users need information that represents noise emissions during the intended uses of the machine, to enable an assessment and the management of the associated noise risks. There is a legal requirement under the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations 2008 for machinery manufacturers to provide declared noise emissions in instruction manuals. (This legislation implements the EU Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC). However, there is a lack of information...
Z107.58-15 - Noise emission declarations for machinery
This is the second edition of CSA Z107.58, Noise emission declarations for machinery. It supersedes the previous edition, published in 2002. This Standard provides information on noise emission, which should be supplied with new machinery, to manufacturers, purchasers, and importers/exporters. A major goal of this Standard is to help manufacturers efficiently provide standardized information on noise emissions from machinery and equipment (i.e., noise emission declarations). This Standard enables manufacturers to a) meet the European Commission requirements specified in reference documents listed...

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