Hearing Protection

Millions of workers are exposed to hearing hazards every year, and even though OSHA regulations and NIOSH recommendations in the U.S. require protection, occupational hearing loss is still the number one reported worker illness in manufacturing.

You can advance your hearing conservation program with a customized and comprehensive approach to the hearing protection challenge. Implementing a solution that really makes a difference begins with an understanding of the hazards, the regulations, and the factors that impact protection.

Applications

Automotive
commercial-buildings
construction
Design-Construction
General-Manufacturing

Automotive

Commercial Buildings

Construction

Design & Construction

General Manufacturing

Heavy-Infrastructure
Industrial-Maintenance
Heavy-Infrastructure
Sub-Applications (1)
Military-Maintenance

Heavy Industrial & Infrastructure

Industrial Maintenance

Manufacturing

Sub Application

Military Maintenance

Repair-Operation-MRO
Mining-Oil-Gas
Pharmaceutical
transportation-appilcations

Repair & Operation (MRO)

Mining, Oil & Gas

Pharmaceutical

Transportation

earplug-dispenser

Earplugs Dispensers

A simple turning motion drops an earplug into the worker’s hand. Because the dispensing of earplugs is controlled, there should be little waste. Read more here

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earmuffs

Earmuffs

Designed for comfort and excellent noise reduction during tough jobs where loud sounds are frequent. Available in over the head, hard-hat-attached models, and behind-the-neck models, they are designed to adapt to the requirements of the work. Read more here

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