Studios

What do you need to do?

Noise exposure policy

  • A noise exposure policy is a written document that makes it clear to everyone working in the studio - performers, technicians and observers - what you are doing to assess, control and monitor their exposure to noise.

Your noise policy may include answers to such practical questions as:

  • Who is responsible for noise levels in the studio?
  • Who is allowed in the Control Room?
  • Who should I tell if I have tinnitus or ringing in the ears?
  • How far away should the drummer sit from the band?
  • Where do I get ear plugs from?
  • Who can advise me about the Noise Regulations?

You'll find further information on noise policies in:


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