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BS 5228-1:2009 Code of practice for noise and vibration control on construction and open sites. Noise (+A1:2014)

Publication Year
2009

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Abstract

Recommends basic methods to control noise on construction and open sites with significant noise levels arising from work activities/operations. Concentrating on predicting and measuring noise and impact assessments for those exposed to it.


Document History

Supersedes BS 5228-1:1997, BS 5228-2:1997, BS 5228-3:1997, BS 5228-4:1992 and BS 5228-5:1997. Supersedes BS 5228-1:2009. Came into effect 1 January 2009. First published as BS 5228, May 1975. First published as BS 5228-1, BS 5228-2 and BS 5228-3, May 1984. Second edition of BS 5228-1, BS 5228-2 and BS 5228-3, May 1997. First edition of BS 5228-4, January 1986. Second edition of BS 5228-4, May 1992. First edition of BS 5228-5, November 1997. Present (third) edition in two parts, December 2008. Amendment dated February 2014 - A1. See Foreword

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