In a document about community noise, the World Health Organization (WHO) states that proven adverse effects of noise on a community or population include hearing impairment, interference with speech communication, disturbance of rest and sleep, psychophysiological, mental-health and performance effects, effects on residential behavior.
The importance of noise control in the workplace cannot be overstated. Many people are unaware of the true dangers noise can pose to employees, and the risks associated with excessive noise.
Times have been hard for everyone over the past few years, and keeping a business going has been a challenging proposition.
Controlling reverberation (echo) in a facility is a matter of providing the proper amount of material to absorb sound.