Noise never seems to go away

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Noise induced hearing loss, or occupational deafness, is still a very real and present danger. Noise is something that remains pervasive throughout a variety of industries and will continue to be.

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Top products of the week

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Here are the top EHS products of the week from www.ISHN.com:

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Use of hearing protection devices will boom globally

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GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Personal Protective Equipment markets.

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OSHA offers guidance for keeping Hurricane Sandy cleanup workers safe

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As the disaster recovery response to Hurricane Sandy begins throughout much of the Eastern United States, OSHA says its field staff is working to provide assistance and support to those involved in the recovery effort.

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New! Conqueror MAG bifocal eye protection from Gateway Safety

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With the same commanding presence as the popular Conqueror® safety glasses, Conqueror MAG is sleek, stylish bifocal eye protection that meets the needs of workers who are working with small print or performing other detailed tasks. Bifocal safety eyewear prevents workers from switching between regular safety glasses and reading glasses, a dangerous maneuver that can result in errors and eye injuries.

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What hearing loss?

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What's too loud: Federal OSHA standards say the ear can tolerate eight hours a day of 90-decibel sound (the sound of a well-tuned power mower), four hours at 95 decibels, two hours at 100 decibels, and so on. Many audiologists say those times should be cut in half.

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Fall protection: What to do when the worst happens

By Jim Hutter
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Good news: An increasing number of employers are outfitting at-height workers with fall protection equipment and providing the training to use it correctly.

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Options for arresting falls from working heights

By Kevin Duhamel
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Every year, fall protection is among the most discussed topics in workplace safety.

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Tips for selecting welding respiratory protection

By Stephanie Lowney
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The welding process is essential in many manufacturing, construction and maintenance sectors and therefore is an area of concern for OSHA.

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Hand protection: Serious injuries to fingers & hands

By Gil LeVerne, Jr.
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Every year: 250,000 serious injuries to fingers, hands & wrists

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