New resources to help prevent noise-induced hearing lossPublished on: April 08, 2019
Noise-induced hearing loss is a serious, preventable workplace injury. Check out these new resources to learn more about the causes of noise-induced hearing loss and what you can do to keep yourself and your workers safe on the job.
New videos — Protect Your Hearing series
- What Noise Does to Your Ears
Watch this video to find out what workplace noise does to your ears and what you can do to prevent noise-induced hearing loss.
- Intensity and Duration of Noise
Watch this video to find out how the intensity and duration of workplace noise can damage your ears and what you can do to prevent noise-induced hearing loss.
- How to Use Earplugs
Watch this video to find out how the proper use of earplugs at work can protect your ears and prevent noise-induced hearing loss.
- Protecting workers from noise in the service industry
Workers in pubs and nightclubs are often exposed to hazardous levels of noise. All sound, including music, can be hazardous noise. This bulletin explains noise hazards and discusses employers’ options for protecting workers’ hearing.
Featured related resources
- Preventing noise-induced hearing loss at work (recently published)
- Hearing Loss Prevention interactive web book (updated with new videos)
For more information, please visit worksafebc.com/noise.