Want to learn about the latest innovations in occupational Hearing Conservation that show results?

How will impending changes to the Noise Reduction Rating impact your Hearing Conservation Program?

"Noise hazards are not exclusive to the workplace," says Theresa Y. Schulz, PhD, Hearing Conservation Manager for Howard Leight/Honeywell Safety Products

A third tool that we can use to motivate workers is simply to remove barriers to using their hearing protection.

After years of earplug fitting, I've recently come to the realization that each ear can benefit from individual fitting instruction. Ear canals are different enough that we need to not only determine which earplug(s) work well in that ear but that how the earplug is inserted makes a huge difference in the effectiveness of the protection. 

Have you seen our Howard Leight  Noise Thermometer?
We have mapped out noise levels of occupational and non-occupational activities on a thermometer with associated permissible exposure and action levels. Employers use it to communicate noise exposure risks in a way that everyone can quickly and easily understand. In fact, it’s one of our most popular learning tools.
Forkift? 87 dB
Industrial Fire Alarm? 95 dB

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