As audio and acoustic engineers and musicians, how can we protect our hearing?

What are the exposure limits before damage occurs?


Chris Steel

Chris is the HSE’s Specialist Inspector for Noise & Vibration in Scotland undertaking investigations into breaches of the workplace noise and vibration regulations, providing advice on front line inspections, acting as an expert witness and promoting the control of noise and vibration in industry.

Prof. Stephen Dance

Professor Dance is the Director of the Acoustics Group at London South Bank University. He is an expert in room acoustics and computer simulation. He lectures at the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research and at the Royal Academy of Music, acts as an advisor to the Royal Opera House and to Henry Wood Hall.

Jono Heale

With a background in the entertainment industry and formally a professional musician for 15 years, Jono is now on the Board of Directors at the world’s leading hearing protection company: ACS Custom. Jono also sits on the Musicians’ Health Advisory Board for Help Musicians UK, the AFEM Health Working Group and is an advisor for The British Tinnitus Association’s Plug’em campaign.

This event fits well with the collaborative approach to training, awareness raising and networking that REHIS support. This meeting has a particular focus on sound exposure and hearing loss in the entertainment industry.

Tickets on Eventbrite here.

  • Additional Files
  • Event Location
    City of Glasgow College
  • Event Date
    01/10/2019 5:00 pm
  • Event End Date
    01/10/2019 8:30 pm