The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) now provides access to their noise database which houses years’ worth of data that has been collected during health hazard evaluation (HHE) surveys. 

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According to OSHA, noise exposure over 85 decibels (dB) can cause hearing loss. Normal day-to-day living exposes us to all kinds of noise, much of which can impact our hearing at a later date.

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Each year, thousands of workers suffer due to excessive noise exposure while on the job. Unfortunately, many are uninformed and unaware of the dangers of occupational noise and neglect to take the necessary precautions. Inform yourself of the risks involved with occupational noise exposure and equip yourself with the knowledge to prevent it.

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