The best way to reduce your exposure to noise is to learn about it. The Noise Awareness Training Course looks at what can be done to recognize and reduce exposure to noise at work. Topics covered in this course include the dangers of excessive exposure to noise, the types of noise that are most harmful, how to identify sources of excessive noise and how to take steps to reduce your own exposure.

This Noise Awareness course is an important step in protecting yourself from the dangers of Noise Exposure. If you're concerned about your exposure to noise at work, consider taking this course as part of your safety plan.

Facts About Hearing Loss From Noise

Hearing loss is a very common problem, and it's one that can seriously affect your quality of life. According to the World Health Organization, approximately 1.5 billion people are affected by hearing loss worldwide. That's about 15 percent of the global population! 

Noise exposure at work is a major contributor to hearing loss. In fact, research shows that working in environments with high levels of noise can lead to increased rates of hearing loss. That's why it's important to know what you can do to reduce your exposure to noise at work. 

Here are some facts about hearing loss and noise exposure: 

– Hearing loss occurs when the delicate structures in your ears – called hair cells – are damaged or destroyed. over time, the hairs in these cells may become irreparably damaged, which can lead to hearing loss. 

– Noise exposure can cause damage to these same hair cells, and this damage is especially severe when the noise is loud and continuous. 

– Exposure to moderate levels of noise (a level that isn't too loud or too soft) over time can actually improve your ability to hear sounds in quiet environments.