The promise of noise cancelling headphones can seem like a magic bullet when it comes to protecting the hearing of employees that work around loud noises. That is, however, until you start to think about the health and safety risks that come with looking after a workforce unable to hear you or each other.

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Industrial noise suppression headsets are different from standard noise reduction muffs as well as active noise cancelling headphones, the latter of which are often used on public transportation or within offices when you want to cancel out background noise and listen to music.

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With the large variety of two-way headsets out there to choose from, it is hard to know how to choose the best solution for your business. The best value isn’t necessarily the cheapest option, and the most expensive option isn’t necessarily the best choice.

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In the previous blog, we explained what an explosive atmosphere was, and why and Intrinsic Safety Certification is required for your communications headset.

In Part Two we will delve into the Classification System itself and explain how to identify which communication headsets are certified as Intrinsically Safe for the environment you are working in.

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Over the last 12 months we have seen a rapid increase in the requests for Bluetooth solutions from our customers. In fact 1 in 3 lead requests are specifically for noise cancelling bluetooth headsets to connect to a Bluetooth communication device.

So is this an indication of an industry undergoing rapid change? My answer is a cautious “yes”.

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