Noise and Vibration Monitoring (TSC Code – WPH-WSH-5068-1.1) is the Technical Skills & Competencies (TSC) Title of Monitor Noise and Vibration (WSQ Competency Code – OH-PH-501C-1)
Please note, 26 WSQ Workplace Safety and Health Professional (WSHP) and WSQ Occupational Hygiene Professional (OH) Competency Standards (CS) have transited to the Skills Framework (SFw) for WSH Technical Skills and Competencies. You can check this link for more details: Competency Unit to Technical Skills & Competencies (TSC) Title
24 hours (incl. 3 assessment hours)
S$428.00/- per participant (GST Inclusive)
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Check here for WSQ Control Noise & Vibration course
Main Office (Bendemeer)
72 Bendemeer Road, #03-29 Luzerne, Singapore 339941
24 SDU points awarded upon successful completion. This course is qualified for 14 PDU points by PEB for the registered Professional Engineers. Kindly contact our CSOs for further information.
Course code: CRS-Q-0023680-OH
TPGateway Course Code: TGS-2013500259 (Only applicable for self-sponsored Trainee to submit SkillsFuture Credit)
Written Questioning, Written Assessment and/or Practical Assessment
Statement of Attainment (SOA) by Workforce Development Agency (WDA)
Course Medium: English
The WSQ Monitor Noise and Vibration Course is a competency-based training course to help certify trainees as competent Noise Monitoring Officers.
This unit covers the basic principles of noise and vibration monitoring. It also provides fundamental knowledge and skills in noise and vibration monitoring and covers the typical noise monitoring and assessment of monitoring results.
It provides learners with the opportunity to practice and apply the knowledge and skills learnt to:
a) Understand the legal requirements relevant to noise monitoring,
b) Know the responsibilities of the noise monitoring officer,
c) Identify noise hazards and measure level of noise exposure,
d) Select and use relevant noise monitoring equipment,
e) Prepare noise monitoring report and
f) Support, initiate and implement a Hearing Conservation Programs
A trainee who undergoes the course will be trained and assessed in the areas of:
(a) establishing the objectives for noise and vibration monitoring,
(b) identifying noise and vibration hazard sources and the ill health effects,
(c) conducting noise monitoring to evaluate noise and vibration exposure levels,
(d) interpreting and analyse the noise monitoring results and submit a report to stakeholders, and,
(e) supporting the implementation of hearing conservation programmes.
Trainees will also be required to be certified competent in the assessments.
Any individual who is responsible for noise monitoring in the workplace