Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Division
Noise Abatement Methods
Reducing the Need for Hearing Protection
Date: October 9, 2019
Time: 7:45 AM – 9:00 AM
Location: LPGA, 1000 Champions Blvd., Daytona Beach. Clubhouse
Cost: $25.00 Breakfast Included.
Maintaining suitable noise levels in a manufacturing or industrial environment is often a very challenging problem. The output from machinery can be deafening.
This presentation is for everyone in your company concerned with keeping the noise within acceptable OSHA levels and the health and well-being of your employees. Our speaker is an Acoustical Engineer who will give us:
- An Introduction to Noise Abatement Methods. How to Reduce Reliance on Hearing Protection.
- Introduce Participants to the Methodology of Noise Abatement inside Industrial Plant.
- Basic Physics of Sound along with commonly used Approaches to Abate Noise, which if correctly designed will reduce or prevent the need for Hearing Protection.
You will be able to think and look more deeply into what you can do to reduce the noise levels at your company.
Speaker: J. Moran, Engineer & Products Specialist, NJ & Associates, Inc.
Design and Commissioning of Pratt & Whitney’s Jet Engine Test Facility in Poland, and working with Solar Turbines/National Grid to Design and Implement the World’s Quietest Power Generation Facility.
Consulting on a Wide Variety of Industrial Noise Problems, working with Clients such as Dow, Nissan, Denver Federal Mint.
Design Engineer for Oil & Gas/Aerospace Sectors solving Acoustical Problems of Large Rotating Machinery & Jet Engine Testing.
- Masters of Acoustical Engineering, Institute of Sound and Vibration, University of Southampton, UK
Thank you to Tobin Thompson at Grainger for securing the speaker!
Please RSVP by noon, October 7, 2019. For more information call Jayne Fifer at 386.212.4003. [email protected] or www.VMAonline.com