Noise-Induced Hearing Loss claims a thing of the past with Cox & Plant’s e-mag range
There has been a significant rise in marketing activity from firms of solicitors and claims management companies promoting a ‘no win no fee’ approach to claims for industrial deafness. “How much for Tinnitus?” “What’s my claim worth?” “Can I get compensation?” are all strap lines designed to draw potential claimants towards firms who will act on their behalf and guide them through the process of claiming.
@Coxandplant we take the issue of noise levels very seriously especially as our MD in a former life was a commercial underwriter of liability policies for Royal Insurance.
It is often the case that one successful NIHL claim will lead to others as the word spreads. A run of these on a claims experience will have an adverse effect on your business’s insurance premiums in the future.
And of course, Cox & Plants risk management will play a major part in preventing losses and showing as an employer in the food industry, when placed under scrutiny, as a business that takes its responsibility for the standard of care to its employees seriously.
- Less noise – a key value-added attribute: our vibratory systems have a running noise of just 55-60 Db(A) typically.
- Remove dust – a range of solutions to manage or remove dust particles and fines in your product stream. With gentle but powerful handling our system doesn’t generate fines.
- Less vibration – our anti-vibration mounts isolate and absorb up to 99.7% of all transmitted vibration.
Our approach is straightforward – we work with you and your engineers to ensure that we deal with and effectively manage all the areas where you want improvement and harmonisation of your workspace.