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TOPIC: Hearing-audit

Sound Advice on Noise Exposure

I’ve been to many manufacturing plants, construction sites and
bustling warehouses around the world. One thing that always
strikes me is the sound at these locations and the workers
that are exposed to those sounds every day. Sound can have
a lasting and profound impact on our hearing and the way we
work. So it should not be surprising that every year, 30 million
people in the United States are exposed to hazardous noise
where they work.  

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How to Implement a Successful Hearing Loss Prevention Program

A successful hearing loss prevention program benefits both the company and the affected employee.  Employees are spared disabling hearing impairments and evidence suggests that they may experience less fatigue and generally better health.  Ultimately, the company benefits from reduced medical expenses and worker compensation costs.  In some cases there may be improved morale and work efficiency.

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The Effects of Noise in the Workplace - on Employees and your Profit

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational hearing loss is the most common work-related injury in the United States (especially in the manufacturing sector).  Approximately 22 million U.S. workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels at work, and an additional 9 million exposed to ototoxic chemicals. An estimated $242 million is spent annually on worker’s compensation for hearing loss disability

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