Making Hearing Loss Prevention a Priority
Exposure to noise is the second most common occupational risk factor after physical injuries, accounting for more than 1 in 5 cases of work-related ill health globally.
The Howard Leight Noise Thermometer ranks both occupational and non-occupational noise hazards, while allowing you to ‘see’ how much sound energy is generated by different noisy events.
Noise Induced Hearing Loss
Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) puts workers’ health at high risk, so it pays to be fully aware of its main causes and consequences. This whitepaper looks at how and why noise can put both workers and businesses at risk.
Enabling Successful Hearing Conservation
NIHL is 100% preventable and critical, but it is important to have a successful hearing conservation programme implemented at the workplace.
Understanding Attenuation Ratings
Attenuation ratings inform you how well a hearing protection device (HPD) will protect your ears from hazardous noise. Learn more about various attenuation ratings used globally and what their numbers mean.
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