Richard Cope, Bureau Veritas
03 Mar 2017
Fines for hand arm vibration have become more common in the past year under the sentencing guidelines highlighting the need for risk assessment, management and control strategy.
Kjersti Rutlin, Honeywell Industrial Safety EMEA
09 Feb 2017
Employers have a role to play in educating their workforce about risks of noise exposure at home and at work. Noise induced hearing loss is the most preventable injury in the world.
Clair Weston, UVEX (UK) LTD
06 Feb 2017
More than 10 million people in the UK will have some degree of hearing loss. Yet, despite this huge figure, most people adopt the attitude that loss of hearing will never happen to them.
Clare Forshaw, Health and Safety Laboratory
01 Feb 2017
Unwanted sound and excessive levels of noise invade our lives at work and in our social environment. This creates not only a nuisance, but can also harm health, most obviously our ears.
Matthew Judson, JSP Ltd.
31 Jan 2017
To work properly, different types of PPE must be compatible, especially where hearing protection is concerned.
Brad Witt, Director of hearing conservation, Honeywell Industrial Safety
04 Feb 2016
Despite increasing levels of regulation and awareness, some persistent bad assumptions about noise risks and hearing conservation still remain in place.
Professor Andy Smith
01 Feb 2014
Although the risk of hearing damage from exposure to harmful levels of noise is well known, studies also show that noise can impact on accide
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