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Exposure to levels above 85 db require everyone in the room who is there working( DJ, bar staff & venue staff ) to wear hearing protection. Noise level is measured at the DJ position, if no other staff in the room. Noise level measured at both DJ position and at bar or staff positions, if in the same room.

Freelance DJ's are responsible for obtaining their own hearing protection and using it. Venues employing DJ's directly will need to supply DJ's with hearing protection and make sure it is worn. Agencies, and DJ's employing DJ's will need to supply hearing protection for them all individually, and make sure it is worn.

ProDub Licence

Allows an individual to copy music they own onto various formats and devices, such as from their CDs to their laptop, for the purpose of using that device or format to undertake professional or semi-professional performances, such as those undertaken by DJs, karaoke jockeys, fitness instructors, performers etc.

More information


Links & Resources

National Association of Disc Jockeys (NADJ)

UK-Disco (The Mobile Disco Directory)

Pro Mobile (The Magazine for Mobile DJ's)

ZELMA Sound and Light (DJ Shop) Blackwood

South Wales Bride & Groom (Wedding Magazine)

The Disco Directory (Mobile Disco Directory)

BPM & Pro - The World Largest DJing & Electronic Dance Music Production Show

DJ Kit (DJ Shop) Newbury


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