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Noise is one of the most common workplace health hazards. In heavy industrial and manufacturing environments, as well as in farms, cafeterias, permanent hearing loss is the main health concern. Annoyance, stress and interference with speech communication are the main concerns in noisy offices, schools and computer rooms.
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Health and Safety Fact Sheets (OSH Answers)
|Noise - Audiometric Tests|
|Noise - Auditory Effects|
|Noise - Basic Information|
|Noise - Control Measures|
|Noise - Hearing Conservation Program|
|Noise - Measurement of Workplace Noise|
|Noise - Non-Auditory Effects|
|Noise - Occupational Exposure Limits in Canada|
|Preventing Hearing Loss From Workplace Noise||$49.00|
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