Northbay CEU Lunch & Learn
FUNDAMENTALS OF SOUND NOISE AND ITS IMPACT AND CORRECTION IN THE WORKPLACE
Join us for the first North Bay CEU Series of the 2018 season with an exciting session focusing on acoustics in the workplace. A box lunch will be provided for you to nosh on while you learn.
Presenter: Rob Morgenstern | ICF Vice President of Sales
IDCEC Course #102170, Classification: Health, Safety, Welfare, CEU credits 1
This course introduces the nature of sound waves, their properties and perception. The adverse implications of noise in the workplace are reviewed. Causes and remedies of air borne and impact sound transmission are discussed along with how the quality of sound within a space can be improved. Concepts of sound reflection, reverberation and diffraction are explained. Acoustical solutions to sound quality problems that confront the workplace are described, along with a review of appropriate metrics to measure their efficacy.
Introduce the basic science behind sound,
Review the impact of noise in our daily lives,
Overview of sound transmission paths,
Understand room acoustics and sound propagation,
Provide a possible solution set of remedies to noise abatement,
Better the understanding of acoustics and their importance to design
About the Presenter
Rob Morgenstern is the Vice President of Sales for the ICF Group of companies and has over 20 years of experience in the contract furniture industry. Mr. Morgenstern holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from San Diego State University and has spent most of his career working closely with furniture dealers, architects/designers, installation companies, and end users.