Posted By: Michael S. on December 4, 2015 in Manufacturer Focus
OSHA regulations on occupational noise exposure consider two factors: the level of noise in decibels (dBA) and the length of time exposed to a level of noise. First, manufacturers have to determine their work environment’s noise levels using a Sound Level Meter (SLM) or Audio Dosimeter. A SLM provides real-time indication of current noise levels at a certain location while the dosimeter is attached to a person to record and calculate the average noise levels from wherever that person is throughout the day.
Posted By: Michael S. on November 23, 2015 in Manufacturer Focus
A huge focus at Acuity is our manufacturing business, and that isn’t just talk. If it wasn’t a focus of ours, I wouldn’t be here. I am Mike Schlagenhaufer, and I joined Acuity in the newly created role of Manufacturing Business Segment Specialist. My knowledge in the manufacturing industry is extensive and covers a variety of manufacturing operations, including automotive, aerospace, computer, plastic, leisure, and tooling.

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