Legislation on Mobile Phones and Driving
A mobile phone headset can help you stay on the correct side of the law.
In the UK it has been illegal since 1st December 2003 to use a "handheld phone, or similar device", when driving. A hands-free device is permitted provided that it can be operated without the driver holding it. However, you the driver still risk being prosecuted for failing to have proper control of a vehicle under Regulation 104 of the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986 if you use a hands-free phone when driving.
For further details please click on the links below*
Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
Noise At Work Legislation
When using a headset at work it is important to be aware of, and follow, the legislation laid down by the European Community and other legislative bodies. The following links will assist.*
Institute of Acoustics:
Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005:
*These are links to external sites. Headset Sales Limited cannot be held responsible for their content or content accuracy.