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Measuring workplace noise levels

Over the past three years in NSW workplaces, 8058 workers have been affected by workplace noise-related injuries. More than 90 per cent of them were left permanently disabled. Losing your ability to hear has a significant effect on your lifestyle and can be the cause of a great deal of frustration at home and at work.…

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Noise induced hearing loss

Workers who work in a noisy workplace and are required to wear hearing protection are required to have a baseline hearing test before commencing work. They should also have regular audiometric testing (see WHS legislation update)  to monitor their hearing and identify any potential noise induced hearing loss.  This is an important part of a…

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WorkSafe inspection program into Noise

Noise levels in manufacturing WorkSafe has just announced an inspection program into noise levels in manufacturing workplaces during the 2015-16 financial year. This will be focused on workplaces that carry out manufacturing activities in both metropolitan and regional areas of WA. Noise exposure is a recognised work hazard.  Due to it being a common and…

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City of Gosnells

“Corporate Health Professionals  has provided audiometric screening for over 120  City of Gosnells personnel during 2013, and will also be conducting a noise survey and hearing prevention workshops in 2014.  The Corporate Health Professionals team have always been professional and efficient with their service, and both Matt Instance (On Site Assessor) and Renee Hardie have…

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