Hearing

Safety equipment is designed to protect workers from a great variety of hazards. But when we think of severe injuries that can occur in the workplace, we might not think of the importance of protecting our ears. Loss of hearing is a gradual process, yet we seldom are conscious of deterioration until it’s too late. Workplace noise can easily be compounded by factors within our everyday environment such as traffic, domestic machinery, gadgets and loud music, all of which contribute to the invisible problem of impaired and irreversible loss of hearing.

As Safety + Health magazine reported, hearing damage is especially dangerous because while ringing, buzzing or loss of hearing from short-term noise exposure can be overcome with rest, if exposure is sustained, it may result in irreversible long-term damage. Hearing loss in the workplace can present safety risks if workers are unable to hear alarms or critical communications from other workers. All our hearing protection products comply with the CE standard and have been tested in accordance with the applicable European standards in line with current EU legislation. Continuous quality assurance via ISO 9001/1994:

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