New research from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health finds that 1 in 3 workers are affected by hearing loss in some mining industries.
Honeywell's Howard Leight VeriShield 100 Series Passive Earmuffs are designed to prevent and protect industrial workers from noise-induced hearing loss.
New research shows that one in five Australian men are exposed to excessive noise levels in the workplace.
Around the globe, and from factory floors to construction sites, noise hazards are a real challenge.
Honeywell Laser Trak detectable earplugs are designed for use in processing industries where there is a risk of earplugs going missing in the production process.
The Honeywell HL400 earplug dispenser is built for lightweight, durable convenience.
Protecting workers from hazardous noise levels is an ongoing challenge for many organisations.
The Honeywell Howard Leight electronic hearing series has been developed to protect and connect Australia and New Zealand's industrial workforce.
The Rion NL-52 Sound Level Meter is suitable for measuring environmental noise, noise at work and noise nuisance.
With 3400 successful workers compensation claims each year the result of hearing damage at work, choosing the right type of PPE is critical for protecting ears in a noisy workplace.
The Signal Interface Group ACAM 100 acoustic array allows users to create an acoustic image overlaid on an optical image, to visualise sound sources at different frequencies.
The E-A-Rfit Dual-Ear Validation System is based on field microphone-in-real ear technology, a quantitative and fully objective method to test the actual protection workers receive from their hearing protectors.
Hearing loss is not the only detrimental side effect of a noisy workplace.
The Honeywell Howard Leight Sync Wireless protective earmuffs integrate Bluetooth wireless technology, allowing workers to talk on the phone, connect with co-workers, get instructions and perform tasks without sacrificing hearing protection in noisy or dangerously loud environments.
Noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace is the focus of a leadership challenge fundraiser by the National Foundation for the Deaf in New Zealand.