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Noise Induced Hearing Loss: The Derek E. Dunn Invited Lecture Series
The noise environment of most workplaces is not strictly steady-state. It is usually characterized by some form of intermittency. In a recent contractor report to NIOSH, Dr. Suter explores the hazard of impact and impulse noise in combination with steady-state noise and explains a method by which the measurement of noise can be modified to better predict the hazard to hearing. These recent findings argue for a more conservative approach to protecting workers through limiting their exposure to noise from the start. Current Topics in Protective Clothing and Equipment
Increase HPD AttenuationDealing with Noise
Noise Exposures at a Hammer Forge CompanyNoise, Knees, Drugs, and Fungi
Hazardous Drugs: Friend or Foe of the Worker?Noise Diagnostic Tools in the 21st Century
Learn how the next generation of sound diagnostic tools can be help quickly identify the cause of noise, and show real results for your engineered noise control solutions. Photo enabled sound intensity wands, dosimeters with octave band and audio recording functionality, and acoustic cameras are just a few of the new tools. By using these tools and results effectively your team can develop cost efficient noise controls, and tell the story about your findings in a very tangible way.
Impulse Noise, Dosimetry, and F-Weighting: Topics in Noise
Hearing Protection for Impulse NoiseThis package awards 5 Contact Hours
|Stock #: AOD17_NOISE
Member $130/Non-Member $180/Student $130
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