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Noise exposure


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Noise exposure

  1. 1. Occupational Safety & Health<br />Stephannie Garita Campos<br />Noiseexposure<br />
  2. 2. Ifyouneedtoraiseyourvoice<br />Ifyourears “ring” afteryouhavebeen in loudnoise<br />Or shout in order to be understood in background noise, then the noise is too loud. Either do something to limit the noise, such as turn it off or turn it down, or move away from the noise.<br />Or the world sounds a little quieter, then the noise level was hazardous to your hearing<br />How much noise is too much noise?<br />
  3. 3. Leisure and music<br /> Don't imagine for a moment that it is only workplace noise that has an effect on your hearing. The ear cannot distinguish between noise produced by work activities and noise produced by leisure activities, even though leisure noise may bring a lot of pleasure.If you attend discos, motor races or fireworks displays to correct is to take earplugs with you. Learn to fit earplugs correctly, because they offer little protection if poorly fitted.<br />
  4. 4. Howtoputproperlyfitearplugs<br /> In thenext link you can learnhowtofitproperlyearplugs<br /><br />
  5. 5. Take “time out” periodically in a quiet area, or limit the amount of time you spend there.If you are listening to your personal stereo with <br />your earphones and you don’t hear someone <br />speak to you, then the music is too loud. <br />Personal stereos turned to hazardous levels are an increasing cause of hearing damage, particularly amongst young people.<br />
  6. 6. Noiseregulations<br />In our country we have a regulation for noise called: “Regulations for the control of noise and vibration” <br /> Additionally there’s international Organizations that had made studies to analyze the level of noise people can receive and the limit periods. Noise exposure in the workplace is minimised through risk management, ranging from removal or elimination of the noise source to reliance on hearing protectors such as ear plugs and/or earmuffs.<br />
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