Are the risks of NIHL specific to certain occupations, such as mining?

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) is an across-the-board risk in all industries - including mining.

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In one study, approximately 40% of noise survey samples taken for longwall occupations exceeded the Permissible Exposure Level (PEL) of 100%. Noise doses up to 786% for longwall coal mining system workers were sampled in such job classifications as shearer operator, jacksetter (shieldman), longwall foreman, and headgate (stageloader) operator(1). 

Another study found that 69% of the noise exposure of sand and gravel miners at surface and nine dredge operations was over the 85 dBA REL. The same survey reported that 48% of these miners never used hearing protectors(2),

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(1) Noise exposure in longwall mining and engineering controls research. Bauer ER, DJ Podobinski, and ER Reeves [2001]. (2) Landen, D., Wilkins, S., Stephenson, M., and McWilliams, L., 2004, "Noise exposure and hearing loss among sand and gravel miners," Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, Vol. 1, pp. 532-541, August., Methods for Hearing Protection