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Do I Have a Noise Problem in My Workplace

Do I Have a Noise Problem in My Workplace?

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You will probably need to do something about the noise if any of the following apply: the noise is intrusive – for example, as noisy as a busy road,...
How Does Hearing Loss Occur

How Does Hearing Loss Occur?

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Hazardous noise affects the functioning of the inner ear, which may cause temporary hearing loss. After a period of time away from noise, the hearing may be restored. With...
Control Of Background Noise In Call Centres

Control Of Background Noise In Call Centres

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Possible control measures to implement include: reviewing the design and layout of the room and workstations: reducing external and building service noise reducing reverberation within the room by using...
Who Has Health And Safety Duties In Relation To Noise

Who Has Health And Safety Duties In Relation To Noise?

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Exposure standard for noise is defined in the WHS Regulations as a LAeq,8h of 85 dB(A) or an LC, peak of 140 dB(C). There are two parts to the...
What Is Required To Manage The Risks Of Hearing Loss

What Is Required To Manage The Risks Of Hearing Loss?

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In order to manage risk under the WHS Regulations, a duty holder must: identify reasonably foreseeable hazards that could give rise to the risk eliminate the risk so far...

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