What is the purpose of a noise survey?
a. Determine the relationship of noise to interference with speech, worker
comfort, and hearing loss.
b. Determine the noise level average.
Find out which area configurations are the quietest.
d. Determine who may suffer from hearing loss if loud noises persist.
During a noise survey, which points are important when making noise
a. Check all locations where noise interferes with persons conversing at close
range and can't hear each other.
b. Check steady noises from several sources, varying in composition and
Measure noise levels at the approximate position of the worker's more
d. All of the above.
If it is necessary to shout in order to be heard at a distance of 1 foot, then the
noise level is probably at or above what dB (A)?
If noise or sound is at 90 dB(A), how many decibels over the normal range of
office administrative noise is this?
a. 30 to 50.
b. 20 to 40.
10 to 30.
d. 00 to 20.