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Hearing Conservation

'Cause it's Gonna Get Loud!

The sound in a football stadium can easily measure 90 – 100 decibels, and even higher when the crowd is really screaming. You’ve probably experienced this roar of the crowd whether you have been at the game to feel it or heard it while watching it on TV. How about other loud sounds that you may be exposed to? If

Are Smartphones Smart to Use on a Job Site?

Communication is critical on construction sites. Whether for coordinating movement of materials or issuing warnings, it is important that workers be able to clearly communicate with each other. Audio devices (e.g. radios, cell phones) can help increase the speed and fidelity of communication between workers. While radios provide good voice communications between workers, there are some potential inherent problems: Half-duplex

Are Your Workers Protected?

3M™ E-A-Rfit™ Dual-Ear Validation System Right Fit Test, Right Now ST. PAUL, Minn. - Do you know what level of protection your employees are receiving from their hearing protectors? Now you can with a field attenuation estimation system (FAES). FAES is a quantitative method for individual fit testing hearing protection devices (HPDs). This technical bulletin describes the 3M™ E-A-Rfit™ Dual-Ear Validation System and

Earmuffs: A Key Component of a Hearing Conservation Program

ST. PAUL, Minn. — When you’re managing a hearing conservation program, choosing the right type of protection can help ensure your workers stay safe, comfortable and compliant. This means you have to consider a number of factors, including comfort, the level of noise workers are exposed to, equipment costs and even the level of training you’ll be able to offer. Regardless

Have You Heard: What's your favorite sound and why?

3M “Have You Heard?” aims to ask people from around the world why their hearing matters to them. ST. PAUL, Minn. - To help people avoid noise-induced hearing loss, 3M has launched a social campaign called “Have You Heard?", which aims to get people thinking about the sounds around them that matter the most. “Have You Heard?"was designed as a

Have You Heard: What's your least favorite sound and why?

3M “Have You Heard?” aims to ask people from around the world why their hearing matters to them. ST. PAUL, Minn. - To help people avoid noise-induced hearing loss, 3M has launched a social campaign called “Have You Heard?”, which aims to get people thinking about the sounds around them that matter the most. "Have You Heard?" was designed as

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