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Our ability to hear is dependent on the delicate structures of the inner ear. Sound waves cause these tiny structures to vibrate, sending messages to our brain, which interprets these signals into the sounds we hear. Exposure to excessive levels of noise can damage these delicate structures and cause permanent hearing loss. To help prevent work-related hearing loss, OSHA has enacted regulations for general industry and construction workers that regulate occupational noise exposure.
Topics include how noise can damage hearing, the permissible exposure limits set by OSHA, choosing the correct PPE, using and caring for ear plugs and earmuffs, and testing and monitoring hearing levels.
This program features a compilation of topical microlearnings. To view each microlearning individually, select Microlearning Collection: Hearing Conservation.