Noise is often created by machinery. VSC can attenuate and/or dampen these annoying disturbances using many techniques. VSC can also analyze your plant for OSHA compliance or perform studies to bring your locations into compliance.
• Improves Work Conditions
• OSHA Compliant
• Identifies Mechanical/Electrical Problems
• Reduces Maintenance Costs
Ever since the Walsh–Healey Act and the Occupational Safety and Health Act, noise abatement has become a prime concern in every workplace. Most states have incorporated industrial noise standards in their workers' compensation packages. However, companies cannot take positive action to effectively control noise until its source is accurately determined.
VSC provides acoustic noise measurement services to determine OSHA compliance and/or locate the source of acoustic disturbances. Octave band, 1/3 octave band charts or spectral displays of discrete frequency components are typical data formats. Test reports include copies of all data which are accompanied by a written report featuring detailed analysis and recommendations. Typical solutions to noise problems range from installing sound abatement systems to dynamic vibration absorber systems.
Within any facility, noise comes from several sources of complex sounds that require precise analytical measurement. It is vital to obtain a dependable and complete sound analysis before implementing a noise control program. VSC noise experts use state-of-the-art technology to, not only identify all OSHA noncompliance noise, but to provide solutions. Our sound analysis is conducted on a routine basis as a matter of preventive maintenance. In many instances it is performed as a part of VSC’s predictive maintenance program, which detects mechanical and electrical trouble before costly destruction. Once complete, VSC provides the customers with a Noise Control Certification that confirms their compliance with OSHA noise regulations. Relieve yourself of the OSHA compliance headache by having VSC professionals handle it for you.