Occupational Health

Occupational HealthThe firm provides industrial noise control and monitoring for companies that must comply with WorkSafeBC, Worker’s Compensation Board, OSHA and CSA regulations.


Our project experience runs the range from whole body vibration studies for train engineers, to airborne noise exposure control for industrial plant workers in saw mills, oil refineries, and power stations, and even musicians in symphony orchestras. We are involved in both the monitoring/measuring, noise mapping and recommendations for control of noise.


Often in industrial applications, the noise isn’t just a concern because it’s a health hazard, but it can also be indicative of a condition that shortens the service life of machinery or equipment. Noise and vibration control can often cure the problem instead of treating the symptom, and provide double the benefit in improved safety and comfort while simultaneously extending the life of the equipment.