Protecting workers from Noise Induced Hearing Loss - webinar Jan 28, 2015

January 12, 2015
Of all of the occupational health issues facing organizations today, noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) is the most common.In the United States alone, over 30 million people are exposed to noise every year, and nearly one in four cases of hearing loss among workers is caused by exposures on the job. Frighteningly, the number of employees affected by noise is steadily increasing each year, despite the fact that NIHL is completely preventable. It is clear that action must be taken to arrest this trend. The most effective way to combat this threat is through education of both the workforce who are exposed to noise and the staff who look to protect them. This webinar will: provide a definition of noise. discuss the importance of noise induced hearing loss as an occupational disease. describe the different physical impacts of noise. outline best practices for implementing and improving a hearing conservation program.
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