This two day course has been developed on behalf of Environmental Health Australia (New South Wales) Incorporated, to improve the practical knowledge of environmental noise management and its relevance to health.
The course is designed specifically for professionals involved in conducting noise investigations, noise measuring, writing permit conditions, assessing development applications, assessing noise reports and strategic planning.
Day one focuses on the theory and measurement of noise including:
o Physical properties of noise
o Propagation of noise
o How we perceive loudness
o How to measure noise
o The use of noise measurement descriptors
o Practical noise measurement exercises
Day two focuses on the relevance of noise to public health and the practical application of the theory and measurement practices in an investigation and planning assessment context and covers:
o Noise, health and annoyance
o Noise criteria, standards and guidelines
o Noise management and town planning
o Assessing planning applications and noise reports
o Noise control
o Writing noise conditions
o Investigating complaints
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is ideal for Environmental Health Officers, Planners, Building Surveyors, and Compliance Officers.
Numbers for this course are capped! Dont miss out!
For further information, cost and registration please visit the EHA Australia Website.