Seven elements of a well-devised hearing conservation program

By Michelle Froese Dr. Laurie Wells, Doctor of Audiology
3M | www.3M.com/CHC
A strong employee training plan can boost the success of a hearing conservation program. With some creativity and effort to make the materials engaging and relevant to the work being done at a site, it is possible to boost the effectiveness of training and safety compliance.
Manufacturing and construction sites are typically noisy places. Prolonged exposure to loud, aggravating, and excessive sounds can have harmful effects on worker health. However, symptoms are not always immediate or obvious because noise-induced hearing loss typically happens gradually. Over time, excessive noise exposure may damage the tiny hair

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