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What’s too loud? How do you properly fit earplugs? Get answers, advice, and solutions here.
Noise and hearing conservation [PDF]
Help for employers that have excessive levels of noise and need to implement a comprehensive noise control program.
What do you mean by decibel level? [PDF]
Common workplace decibel levels, plus OSHA decibel limits.
The ear poisons: ototoxicants [PDF]
A bulletin describing chemical hazards that can lead to hearing loss, as well as how to identify and prevent them.
Ototoxicant chemicals and workplace hearing loss (NIOSH)
This bulletin describes chemical hazards that can lead to hearing loss and includes a link to prevention information.
Noise and hearing loss prevention (NIOSH/CDC)
Life on mute: hearing loss
DVD (no streaming available)
Hearing conservation for at-risk workers |
| Geared especially to construction and trades workers who may already h … Read more
Hearing conservation: noise under control |
19 minutes | Hearing loss often happens gradually and by the time we realize it, it … Read more
Hearing protection |
8 minutes | Protect your employees with this DVD program that discusses sound inte … Read more
Hearing protection: safe in 8 |
8 minutes | Mute the dangers of ear-related accidents. Protect your employees with … Read more
Protecting your hearing |
13 minutes | This video emphasizes the importance of hearing protection through the … Read more