Induction Hearing Loops

West Comms offers the installation, maintenance and testing of Induction/Hearing/Audio Loop Systems to School, Airports, Churches, Banks and Public Places etc throughout the South West. 

Audio induction loop systems are an aid for the hard of hearing. They are a loop of cable around a designated area, usually a room or a building, which generates a magnetic field picked up by a hearing aid 

Legal Requirement Summary:-
Hearing enhancement systems must be installed in facilities likely to be used by the hearing impaired, as a customer, visitor or staff. Meeting Rooms in excess of 100m(2), a Lecture or Entertainment Venue, Spectator Sports Facilities, Cultural and Scientific Building, and Service or Reception Counters that are behind glazed screens

Sample service providers covered under the act -

· Telecommunications and Broadcasting Organisations;
· Public Utility Companies;
· Leisure Centres and Health Clubs;
· Bus and Railway stations, Airports and Travel Agents;
· Shops, Hairdressers, Post Offices, Bank and Building Societies;
· Hotel, Restaurants, Cinemas, Theatres and Pubs;
· Hospitals, Waiting Rooms and Clinics, Solicitors Offices, Courts, Churches and Mosques.

What is a Hearing Loop?

Hearing Loop Legislations?

Hearing Loops Explained Video