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  • exposures
  • 4) The adequacy of hearing protector attenuation shall be reevaluated whenever employee noise exposures increase to the extent that the hearing protectors provided may no longer provide adequate attenuation. (ca.gov)
  • levels
  • Results: One study of stricter legislation showed a favorable effect on noise levels. (cdc.gov)
  • Conclusions: Stricter enforcement of legislation and better implementation of HLPPs can reduce noise levels in workplaces. (cdc.gov)
  • employees
  • Though the article is seven years old, the information is still valid today and should be interesting, if not required reading, for anyone who works in a noisy work environment and anyone who manages employees who are exposed to loud noises while at work. (protectear.com)
  • This evaluation also highlighted a potential noise hazard to workers who care for domestic animals, such as employees of veterinary practices and animal shelters. (cdc.gov)
  • Hang visible signs in high noise areas to warn your employees. (sbosafety.com)
  • Are results entered into health/medical records of noise exposed employees? (blogspot.com)
  • Are employees and supervisors appraised of plans for noise control measures? (blogspot.com)
  • Have employees and supervisors been counseled on the operation and maintenance of noise control devices? (blogspot.com)
  • When employee noise levels vary (ie, employees move in and out of noise and/or noise levels fluctuate), dosimetry may be the only means to obtain a representative sample. (alaskaoccupationalaudiology.com)
  • Protect your employees from harmful occupational noise. (exportworldwide.com)
  • harmful
  • Two aspects of tractor noise cause concern: the environmental noise heard by bystanders, either fellow road users or local residents, and the potentially harmful noise to which the operator is subjected. (ukessays.com)
  • On-the-job (occupational) noise is one of the most common sources of harmful noise , largely because a person is subjected to the sounds all day, every day, for many years. (protectear.com)
  • Noise is one of the physical factors in industries, and, today, more attention is being paid to its harmful effects. (hindawi.com)
  • aircraft noise
  • Aydin, Y. and Kaltenbach, M. (2007) Noise perception, heart rate and blood pressure in relation to aircraft noise in the vicinity of the Frankfurt airport. (scirp.org)
  • loud noise
  • Loud noise can also create physical and psychological stress, reduce productivity, interfere with communication and concentration, and contribute to workplace accidents and injuries by making it difficult to hear warning signals. (srca.net)
  • continuous noise
  • The NOHS study concluded that 37 percent of all workers exposed to continuous noise received some type of periodic audiometric testing with the tobacco industry providing the highest coverage at 97 percent and the apparel industry the lowest at 1 percent. (cdc.gov)
  • Methods
  • Controlling noise by engineering and administrative methods is often the most effective means of reducing or eliminating the hazard. (blogspot.com)
  • establish
  • One of the key provisions of the new standards is § 62.110(a), which requires each mine operator to 'establish a system of monitoring that evaluates each miner's noise exposure sufficiently to determine continuing compliance with this part ' (emphasis added). (crowell.com)