Fit testing advances hearing protection at the steel mill:
even the best earplugs won’t work — if they’re not properly worn.
When mobile workers in lean shops move into and out of noise-hazardous areas, they can’t simply wear maximum protection at all times to block out every hazardous noise. Here are some tips on selecting the right protector for any situation that can solve these problems.
These half-day seminars, scheduled for June around the U.S. and Canada, will help safety professionals improve their workplace hearing conservation programs with practical information on noise-induced hearing loss and the latest research and technologies.
Sensear supports the significant reduction of workplace-related noise-induced hearing loss, and explains how new technology is now changing the effectiveness of hearing protection.
of Sperian Hearing Protection
shares some factors to consider when selecting hearing protection for use with other PPEs.
Combining protection for multiple hazards can often be a delicate balancing act. Adding one piece of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may compromise another.
Magid Glove & Safety expands its Magid® E2® line of hearing protection solutions with the E2 IHP532C Metal-Detectable Disposable Earplugs. Corded, metal detectable and bright blue in color, E2 IHP532C Earplugs complement the existing Magid E2 product line in price, comfort and performance and are the ideal choice in hearing protection for applications requiring a metal-detectable earplug.
Sperian Hearing Protection (Howard Leight) has launched a special microsite for its VeriPRO? earplug field verification software.
Gateway Safety offers earmuffs to help protect again dangerous noise exposure, which can cause a temporary decline in hearing, or a ringing in the ears that eventually goes away after a short time.