Increasing noise pollution in Irish urban areas highlighted by EPA Noise pollution complaints from the Irish public have been increasing and current control measures “do not always allow for them to be adequately addressed”, according to the EPA. Local authorities “need to take a much stronger leadership role in dealing with noise issues, particularly [...]
Monitoring for compliance with the noise emission conditions of an IPPC or Waste Licence should be primarily based upon International Standard ISO 1996: Acoustics – Description, Measurement and Assessment of Environmental Noise. Ideally, sampling over different days and at different times during the day will help to ensure that the survey is statistically representative. However, [...]
15 July 2020 Source: Health and Safety Matters A SELF-employed consultant was fined for breach of legislation for providing health and safety advice on technical and complex matters while not being qualified to advise his clients. Luton Crown Court heard how a self-employed health and safety consultant provided inadequate and flawed advice to small [...]
What a great event to be involved with. What a lovely crew of professionals. Photos by Andrew McDermott.
Controversial legislation to deal with noise levels at Dublin airport and minimise noise pollution has been passed in the Dáil by 66 votes to 28. The Aircraft Noise (Dublin Airport) Regulation Bill has been introduced in advance of the completion of the second runway at the airport. Fingal County Council has been appointed as the regulator [...]