Howard Leight has launched its new global Web site,howardleight.comDesigned to assist environmental health and safety (EHS) pros improve hearing conservation programs, the new site offers visitors a 360-degree experience in fit, selection, protection and motivation, with a variety of content and technology. Content includes product information, best practices in hearing conservation, and the industry's first Hearing Protector Selector.
"The new howardleight.com marks a tipping point in Hearing Conservation," said Renee S. Bessette, Marketing Manager for Sperian Hearing Protection, LLC. "We are committed to becoming a safety manager's partner in managing their program, and our new site offers everyone the freshest tools to make Hearing Conservation happen."
The new site was developed based on user feedback that identified the need for a more comprehensive online experience. Howard Leight responded by incorporating more in-depth product knowledge and selection resources, and turn-key motivational tools for use in any Hearing Conservation program.
•Hearing Protector Selectorhelps people solve real needs by providing a range of solutions for their specific applications. Users can identify their noise exposure levels or specific ratings, product styles and/or features, and the most applicable results are recommended. These listings can be printed or instantly emailed to other people directly from the Selector. Users can also learn about a variety of environmental considerations and preferences, or "Basics," when selecting HPDs.
•Online Product Catalogfeatures expanded product information on all Howard Leight® earplugs, earmuffs and accessories, including specifications, recommended applications, literature downloads and related resources.
•Best Practices in Hearing Conservationoffers educational and program planning information, posters and other motivational materials, and the well-known Sound Source™ series of technical articles on hearing conservation topics.
•Regionalized Contentfor the Americas, Europe and Australia/New Zealand. The site now offers access to product information, ratings and Hearing Conservation resources for each visitor's specific geography.
The new site incorporates more user-friendly navigation, including tabbed pages, breadcrumb trails within sections and an enhanced site search functionality.