NoiseNet Training Portal
The training portal proides a range of resources to permit NoiseNet staff, contractors and users of our technology with information on how to work with the NoiseNet monitoring technology.
This is a growing (and changing) resource base and will be regularly updated. We will endeavour to notify users of any material changes, but checking back here regularly is a good idea if you are using the NoiseNet system.
Stage 1 - Monitor installation and job preparation
Resources for installation are:
- Noise Monitor Installation and Job Preparation Manual ----------------------------------->>>
- Field Report Template (to capture details of installation, assisting in report generation) ----->>>
- A Monitor Installation Video PART 1
- Monitor Installation Video PART 2
Stage 2 - Field Report Forms and Dashboard
NoiseNet has recently introduced electronic field report forms.
These are editable forms that allow you to capture information and photographs in the field directly from your mobile device or tablet. Upon submission of the forms, you will receive an email with an edit link that allows you to modify or add to the field report (for instance putting in a map image once you are back in the office). There are two forms, one for installation and one for device removal.
Both forms should ideally be completed at the same time the installation / removal is taking place. This ensure the best quality data is captured, tracks time/date more closely as well as GPS location.
Links to the forms are:
Installation Report: https://zfrmz.com/GXTIjz2ni146NJDcmFIl
Removal Report: https://zfrmz.com/Qod6J4blvhCU1XfuHcE0
Remember, the NoiseNet team is always available to support your installation process. If you are in doubt, please call.
Stage 3 - Monitor Overview and Basic Service Tasks
Servicing of Noise Monitors is only to be done by those authorised by NoiseNet or under the direction of NoiseNet staff. Any damage done to monitors outside of these conditions will be at the risk and cost of the person working on the device. Some components and configurations can have live power active within the monitor, even if disconnected. Please verify with NoiseNet before opening any equipment.
Resources for Basic Servicing is:
- A video covering the device overview and basic service tasks, device reassembly and checks.